Climate Transparency analysis says each Canadian produces nearly three times the G20 average of eight tonnes of GHGs per person.
Canada’s campaign to win a two-year temporary seat on the Security Council will be under scrutiny.
Aiming to get other countries to sign on through both the G20 and the United Nations.
Federal government says by 2030 Canada will be 66 megatonnes short of its commitments.
Assessments of research by climate scientists help with the development of climate policy.
Upward trend is expected to continue even with a continuing decline in fertility rates.
UNEP’s executive director said China’s pending national program is “of enormous significance.”
Growing requirements will strain energy resources around the world, report says.
$1 trillion a year of global investment in clean energy needed by 2050 to avoid temperature increase over 2 degrees C.
Developed countries to show the worst performance at around 1%.
Tides Canada report concludes LNG plants will be 300% dirtier than electricity-driven operations.
UN heritage agency wants an environmental assessment of possible impacts of fracking.