National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy, 2007 - Air - 158 pages
Reducing our own GHG emissions means that Canada is facing a transition to a low emissions society -- a transition that will be driven by environmental, economic and social factors. We have a substantial national interest in understanding and anticipating the nature and scope of that change and in proactively seeking to manage our response, with respect to both mitigation and adaptation measures, in a way that benefits Canada. This Advisory Report addresses the issue of how to mitigate potential effects of climate change, through deep emission reductions.
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