Canadian Business and the Environment
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The paper addresses environmental policy, federal and provincial, geared to emissions reductions/greenhouse gases/climatic change, how these are sustained by the Canadian chemical manufacturing industry that is concentrated in Ontario, and Pollution Probe as an example of a public interest group that can work in collaboration with governments towards superior policy.
From the Paper:"Canadian approaches to the threat of climate change at the provincial and federal levels have targeted particular industries more than others. Chemical manufacturers feel that they now face much tighter pollution control regulations and other strictures which are meant to see that Canada meets targets towards the reduction of the greenhouse effect said to produce global warming among other detrimental effects. Ottawa has set high targets for reducing emissions as found in regulations to affect the chemical industry that have not always been explained carefully to affected parties. Critics state that more needs to have been..."
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