Canadian Conservative climate plan to lean more on int’l offsetting, leader suggests

Published 00:52 on May 16, 2019  /  Last updated at 01:09 on May 16, 2019  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes, Climate Talks, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, New Market Mechanisms  /  No Comments

Canadian federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer has suggested his party's long-awaited climate plan will aim to hit the country's Paris Agreement targets by relying more on the purchase of international offsets compared to domestic abatement spurred by carbon pricing.

Canadian federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer has suggested his party’s long-awaited climate plan will aim to hit the country’s Paris Agreement targets by relying more on the purchase of international offsets compared to domestic abatement spurred by carbon pricing.

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