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  • George Lessard
    Rating for ... climate-change policies .. NWT poor ... Nunavut ... “fair” Ottawa and Alberta lag behind By mhudema The Maritime provinces and Nunavut
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 16, 2008
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      Rating for ... climate-change policies .. NWT "poor"... Nunavut ... “fair”


      Ottawa and Alberta lag behind
      By mhudema
      The Maritime provinces and Nunavut garnered a “fair” rating for their
      climate-change policies, while the plans of Newfoundland, the Yukon, the
      Northwest Territories and Saskatchewan were deemed “poor.” ...
      <http://stoptarsands.wordpress.com/2008/07/16/ottawa-and-alberta-lag-behind/>
      STOP: Stop Tar Sands Operations...
      <http://stoptarsands.wordpress.com>

      New report shows provincial action on climate change heating up
      Other provinces and territories (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward
      Island, Nunavut) have started taking action but require more effort to
      move forward. Some (Newfoundland, Yukon, Northwest Territories,
      Saskatchewan) have weak or ...
      <http://www.davidsuzuki.org/latestnews/dsfnews07160801.asp>
      David Suzuki Foundation - Latest News
      <http://www.davidsuzuki.org/Whats_New.asp>


      Download the full report, Provincial Power Play: Breaking Away From
      Federal Inaction on Climate Change, at:
      http://www.davidsuzuki.org/files/DSF_ProvincialPowerPlay_Web.pdf


      For more information, contact the David Suzuki Foundation:
      Sarah Marchildon
      Communications specialist
      604-732-4228, ext. 237
      Dale Marshall
      Report Author
      Cell: 613-302-9913 Ian Bruce
      Climate change specialist
      Cell: 604-306-5095
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