Economy trumps environment
Canadian Environment Minister Jim Prentice says ‘present-day economic realities’ force re-examination of environmental policy
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The Canadian government will not harm an already weakening economy to pursue environmental goals, said newly appointed Environment Minister Jim Prentice in his first major speech since taking over the portfolio.
The goal is to strike an “acceptable balance between measurable environmental progress a....
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