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Global warming, or climate change, is an increase in the earth's atmospheric temperature since the late nineteenth century. In politics, the debate over global warming is centered on whether this increase in temperature is due to greenhouse gas emissions or is the result of a natural pattern in the earth's temperature. See recent environmental regulation news
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With the unequal response Globally, what's the point? It's just a money grab with very little effect. Unless it's forced on China and other major polluters, it just puts us at a disadvantage in Global trading. We need employment in this... 2 years ago from a Conservative in Beachburg
We have enough legislation. What we need is enforcement!. 1 year ago from a Conservative in Toronto
The federal governments in all developed countries should adopt a carbon credit card for all individuals and businesses based upon a head count and revenue respectively. Each carbon based transaction (like your airmiles card) gets recorded in a declining... 2 years ago from a Conservative in Sidney
No businesses are already over regulated and as a result relocating to other countries. Most of these other countries have zero environmental regs but are performing work once located in NA. and defiantly announced the increase of pollutants in order to... 9 months ago from a Conservative in Belle River
It is natural minutely caused by humans but the air quality water needs protection. Get stronger on fast foods etc. showing no respect to plastics paper that hoes in land fills. Natural garden sustainability emphasized. YES. 12 months ago from a Conservative in Langley
Yes, and the government must increase pressure on other nations to do the same which will make it easier for our companies to compete with those in other countries. 12 months ago from a Conservative in New Harbour
Look at how our competitors deal with the same situation. 1 year ago from a Conservative in Edgerton
Yes but not so much in regards to prevention of climate change, which I believe is a natural occurrence, how ever the environmental regulations should be in place to ensure that we do not poison the land, water and air for our children, grand children and... 1 year ago from a Conservative in Fort Saint John
Rigorously enforce the regulations we already have. Ensure the same rules apply to Canadian companies and stakeholders including companies that makes contracts with Canadian companies when they are outside of Canada. 1 year ago from a Conservative in Edmonton
Any government regulations must look at all the implication of those restrictions and their impact to Canadian businesses abilities to compete in a global context. 2 years ago from a Conservative in Hamilton