1. Will you immediately legislate a climate plan that will reduce Canada’s emissions in line with keeping warming below 1.5°C?
    Yes. Greens are committed to legislating a comprehensive climate plan that meets the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s recommended targets for keeping warming below 1.5°C, immediately. Our emissions reduction target is 60% below 2005 levels by 2030 and carbon neutral by 2050. Canada is already so far behind that there is no time to lose. We must utilize all the tools in the federal tool kit.
    Yes. Greens are committed to legislating a comprehensive climate plan that meets the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s recommended targets for keeping warming below 1.5°C, immediately. Our emissions reduction target is 60% below 2005 levels by 2030 and carbon neutral by 2050. Canada is already so far behind that there is no time to lose. We must utilize all the tools in the federal tool kit.
    For too long, Liberal and Conservative governments have set emissions reduction targets and then ignored them. Canadians are now facing a climate crisis that requires immediate and serious action – and a government that delivers on climate commitments. A New Democrat government will immediately declare a climate emergency and put into law the requirement for the government to establish a plan to meet ambitious, science-based greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets that will help stabilize the global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius. Our plan will use the powers of the federal government to ensure that the provinces set and meet interim emissions reduction targets in the lead up to 2030 and 2050. New Democrats will revise Canada’s 2030 target to make emissions reductions in line with what the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says is necessary to prevent catastrophic climate impacts. We will also establish an independent Climate Accountability Office to do regular audits of progress towards our climate goals, with a budget to share information about the importance of climate action with Canadians. New Democrats have always been leaders in the fight for strong, legislated action to reduce emissions and confront the climate crisis. In 2006, Jack Layton spearheaded the first Climate Change Accountability Act. NDP governments across the country have also led the way in securing environmental rights, holding big polluters accountable, reducing carbon pollution, making life more affordable, and ensuring that workers aren’t left behind in a changing economy.

    For too long, Liberal and Conservative governments have set emissions reduction targets and then ignored them. Canadians are now facing a climate crisis that requires immediate and serious action – and a government that delivers on climate commitments. A New Democrat government will immediately declare a climate emergency and put into law the requirement for the government to establish a plan to meet ambitious, science-based greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets that will help stabilize the global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius. Our plan will use the powers of the federal government to ensure that the provinces set and meet interim emissions reduction targets in the lead up to 2030 and 2050. New Democrats will revise Canada’s 2030 target to make emissions reductions in line with what the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says is necessary to prevent catastrophic climate impacts. We will also establish an independent Climate Accountability Office to do regular audits of progress towards our climate goals, with a budget to share information about the importance of climate action with Canadians. New Democrats have always been leaders in the fight for strong, legislated action to reduce emissions and confront the climate crisis. In 2006, Jack Layton spearheaded the first Climate Change Accountability Act. NDP governments across the country have also led the way in securing environmental rights, holding big polluters accountable, reducing carbon pollution, making life more affordable, and ensuring that workers aren’t left behind in a changing economy.

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  2. Will your climate plan clearly and precisely describe programs to reduce emissions from transportation, buildings and the oil and gas sector?
    Yes. Greens are committed to legislating a comprehensive climate plan that meets the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s recommended targets for keeping warming below 1.5°C, immediately. Our emissions reduction target is 60% below 2005 levels by 2030 and carbon neutral by 2050. Canada is already so far behind that there is no time to lose. We must utilize all the tools in the federal tool kit.
    Yes. Greens are committed to legislating a comprehensive climate plan that meets the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s recommended targets for keeping warming below 1.5°C, immediately. Our emissions reduction target is 60% below 2005 levels by 2030 and carbon neutral by 2050. Canada is already so far behind that there is no time to lose. We must utilize all the tools in the federal tool kit.
    For too long, Liberal and Conservative governments have set emissions reduction targets and then ignored them. Canadians are now facing a climate crisis that requires immediate and serious action – and a government that delivers on climate commitments. A New Democrat government will immediately declare a climate emergency and put into law the requirement for the government to establish a plan to meet ambitious, science-based greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets that will help stabilize the global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius. Our plan will use the powers of the federal government to ensure that the provinces set and meet interim emissions reduction targets in the lead up to 2030 and 2050. New Democrats will revise Canada’s 2030 target to make emissions reductions in line with what the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says is necessary to prevent catastrophic climate impacts. We will also establish an independent Climate Accountability Office to do regular audits of progress towards our climate goals, with a budget to share information about the importance of climate action with Canadians. New Democrats have always been leaders in the fight for strong, legislated action to reduce emissions and confront the climate crisis. In 2006, Jack Layton spearheaded the first Climate Change Accountability Act. NDP governments across the country have also led the way in securing environmental rights, holding big polluters accountable, reducing carbon pollution, making life more affordable, and ensuring that workers aren’t left behind in a changing economy.

    For too long, Liberal and Conservative governments have set emissions reduction targets and then ignored them. Canadians are now facing a climate crisis that requires immediate and serious action – and a government that delivers on climate commitments. A New Democrat government will immediately declare a climate emergency and put into law the requirement for the government to establish a plan to meet ambitious, science-based greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets that will help stabilize the global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius. Our plan will use the powers of the federal government to ensure that the provinces set and meet interim emissions reduction targets in the lead up to 2030 and 2050. New Democrats will revise Canada’s 2030 target to make emissions reductions in line with what the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says is necessary to prevent catastrophic climate impacts. We will also establish an independent Climate Accountability Office to do regular audits of progress towards our climate goals, with a budget to share information about the importance of climate action with Canadians. New Democrats have always been leaders in the fight for strong, legislated action to reduce emissions and confront the climate crisis. In 2006, Jack Layton spearheaded the first Climate Change Accountability Act. NDP governments across the country have also led the way in securing environmental rights, holding big polluters accountable, reducing carbon pollution, making life more affordable, and ensuring that workers aren’t left behind in a changing economy.

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