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Can Canada afford to take the actions recommended by the IPCC?

The most recent report by the International Panel on Climate Change says immediate action is needed to mitigate the effects of climate change. The authors recommend cutting carbon emissions between 40 and 70 percent. One week one of our coverage we heard from University of Guelph economist Ross McKitrick for his thoughts on whether Canada can afford to implement the...
The most recent report by the International Panel on Climate Change says immediate action is needed to mitigate the effects of climate change.
The authors recommend cutting carbon emissions between 40 and 70 percent.
One week one of our coverage we heard from University of Guelph economist Ross McKitrick for his thoughts on whether Canada can afford to implement the drastic carbon cuts outlined in the plan.

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