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Canada's environmental reputation in Durban

Environment Minister Peter Kent  (Fred Chartrand/Canadian Press)

KENT.jpgDelegates from around the world are gathering in Durban South Africa for a two week summit on Climate change. They are trying to work out a binding treaty to reduce Greenhouse gas emissions.

They are also trying to resolve differences between rich and poor countries on how to fight climate change.

 Canada continues to be criticized for abandoning previous commitments.

 The Canadian government says these targets make no sense-  if the US isn't on side.

We hear from Environment Minister Peter Kent, Steven Guilbeault - the deputy director of Equiterre and the NDP Environment Critic.

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