Sask. fires back against climate change report


petros
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Saskatchewan's environment minister is fuming about a report that says the province isn't taking climate change seriously.

Dustin Duncan says he's disappointed that the David Suzuki Foundation released the report without talking to the province about what it's doing to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

The report classified Saskatchewan as a jurisdiction which doesn't take the issue seriously.
Duncan says the province has invested billions of dollars in technology such as carbon capture to reduce emissions from coal-fired power plants.

The report also criticizes the province for eliminating its Climate Change Secretariat and its Office of Energy Consumption.
Duncan says the secretariat was announced by the previous NDP government but never created, and the province has never had an office of energy consumption.

What's to take seriously?
 
EagleSmack
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...and why is he fuming?
 
skookumchuck
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#3
Forget democracy, we now have government by the three pees. Protest, Political correctness, Pandering to minorities.
What percentage of our actual population do these jerk offs like the very rich fruit fly guy represent? A couple percent?
I've been fuming about that phoney wh*re for years!
 
petros
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Green Bolsheviks.
 
taxslave
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IF Suzuki gave them a neg rep then Sask. must be doing something right.
 
petros
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#6
Yup. Developing our oil, gas, potash and uranium resources at an incredible pace now that infrastructure to export it is on it's way.
 
Liberalman
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Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Saskatchewan's environment minister is fuming about a report that says the province isn't taking climate change seriously.

Dustin Duncan says he's disappointed that the David Suzuki Foundation released the report without talking to the province about what it's doing to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

The report classified Saskatchewan as a jurisdiction which doesn't take the issue seriously.
Duncan says the province has invested billions of dollars in technology such as carbon capture to reduce emissions from coal-fired power plants.

The report also criticizes the province for eliminating its Climate Change Secretariat and its Office of Energy Consumption.
Duncan says the secretariat was announced by the previous NDP government but never created, and the province has never had an office of energy consumption.

What's to take seriously?

Wheatheads, when the grains start to dry up then they might change their thinking
 
Kakato
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Quote: Originally Posted by Liberalman View Post

Wheatheads, when the grains start to dry up then they might change their thinking

They have oil,lots of it so I dont think they are too worried.
 
captain morgan
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Suzuki is irrelevant... This is his cry for attention in a world that has left him far behind.
 

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