November 29, 2011

Kyoto Protocol: Lost in the Smog

Tasha Kheiriddin, National Post


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Sayonara, Kyoto. According to Environment Minister Peter Kent, “Canada goes to Durban with a number of countries sharing the same objective, and that is to put [the Kyoto Protocol] behind us. . ."

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