Canada's Green Plan in brief: a summary of Canada's Green Plan for a healthy environment

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Government of Canada, 1990 - Environmental policy - 30 pages
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This summary of Canada's Green Plan describes the targets and schedules which the government hopes will reduce chemical wastes, and encourage environmental initiatives in air, water, and land. It briefly examines the various renewable resource industries (forests, agriculture, and fisheries) and the ways in which a viable environmental policy will ensure their survival. The Plan also looks at environmental issues which are more international in scope, namely, global warming, acid rain, ozone depletion, environmental emergencies.

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