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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...3yrs

Yes, and exceed the guidelines and be the world leader in environmental standards

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No, increase sanctions on countries that are the top contributors of global pollution instead

@9622B9Vfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

No, come up with local solutions that work for each community (and the UN should be abolished)

@95K5YQGfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

They should be a guideline, but they should figure out solutions that work for each community rather than adhering to one way.

@945C4M2from British Columbia  answered…4mos

@93RPYDTfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

@9342V9Mfrom Quebec  answered…7mos

@92JJNYMfrom Ontario  answered…7mos

No, we should set our own guidelines and become the world leader in environmental protection.

@8ZNHMP8New Democraticfrom Quebec  answered…9mos

yes, and increase sanctions on countries that are top contributors of global pollution

@8ZN4YG4from British Columbia  answered…9mos

Yes, we should follow the goals of the Paris Agreement and take the necessary steps, however we must also look at practical solutions that work for our communities/economy, and work to be the one of the global leaders in environmentalism.

@8ZBWP9Wfrom Alberta  answered…9mos

We should work towards following the environmental guidelines set by the United Nations, but we need to focus on what respective communities need so we don't damage the stability of said communities. We should also increase sanction on countries that are top contributors of global pollution.

@8XZC2RVfrom Ontario  answered…12mos

No the best way to deal with climate change is by making our cities more green. By doing so we eliminate the majority of carbon emissions

@8VSM475Communistfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

The UN should be aboloshed and replaced with a democratic dictatorship of the world proletariat.

@8VRV6GZfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VRD278from Alberta  answered…1yr

Depends - we can pick and choose which works best based on locality and provincial needs.

@8VPV3H9from Ontario  answered…1yr

In a perfect work, the UN should help organize a global effort to fight environmental issues. However, this isn't a perfect world

@8VDDFN9Liberalfrom Newfoundland  answered…1yr

@8V88N2Gfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

I don't have all the information needed to have an opinion on this matter

@8V7LPJXfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

If Canada chooses to follow, then let our guidelines be determined by our leaders

@8V5Z6RLfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

we should follow the environmental guidelines Canada's indigenous populations would follow

@8V5QT49from Alberta  answered…1yr

It only works if it's actually a binding agreement - it's completely toothless and therefore worthless in its current form

@8V4VMLCfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Yes, but listen to our own people and come up with solutions that work for each community while increasing sanction on high polluting countries.

@Steeviemacfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Yes, and increase sanctions on countries that are the top contributors of global pollution.

@8TXCC9Yfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, as a guideline. However, different countries have different needs. Canada does not cause as much pollution as China for example. Thus, we cannot treat them equally

@8TVBR2Wfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8TV83B9from British Columbia  answered…1yr

@8TQTW27New Democraticfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Yes, but most local governments do not receive enough funding and more government revenue should be allocated to local governments

@8TMK7QGfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8TLFZ8Kfrom Nova Scotia  answered…1yr

@8THKTYJLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

increase sanctions on countries that are the top contributors NOT based on population, emission is emission, if China were to stop contributing, emissions are reduced by 30%. Using population is a diversion to the real problem which is emission.

@8T3KK2VLiberalfrom Manitoba  answered…2yrs

Yes , but also be willing to alter them to fit the needs of each community.

@8T2Q2KYfrom British Columbia  answered…2yrs

Yes, but local solutions that work for each community should be more prominent

@8SZ4XV2from Ontario  answered…2yrs

Yes, but the United Nations should make China and India more responsible when it comes to Climate Change.

@8SRFBBDfrom British Columbia  answered…2yrs

@8SF7HN3from Quebec  answered…2yrs

Yes, and exceed the guidelines and be the world leader in environmental standards while increasing sanctions on countries that are the top contributors of global pollution

@8SCRSMGfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

@8RQTCTZLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

@shaelynjfrom British Columbia  answered…2yrs

no, come up with local solutions for each area while also getting rid of or reforming the UN

@8R79FJXfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

@8QXR442New Democraticfrom Newfoundland  answered…2yrs

@8QX2HL8from Ontario  answered…2yrs

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