Ontario's climate strategy needs to rest on principles of fairness
Among the main reasons that progress on climate change is so slow are that the policy options are complex and demanding, while the benefits are diffuse. Twenty years after the initial GHG framework convention in Rio, global emissions are still rising and wide agreements on firm reductions remain elusive. There are notable exceptions and attention-worthy examples where carbon reductions have been embraced and are happily producing economic and social benefits.
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