Four parties. Four potential solutions. Which one tops the rest?
Will this be the federal election in Canada that sees the environment take center stage?
Last fall, a dire warning for the world from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The aim now is to keep any temperature increase below 1.5 degrees, and predicting a massive $54 trillion impact on world economies according to Moody’s.
Today on the Unpublished Cafe we will provide you with the policy stances from all 4 major federal parties. Recapping points made from Jo-Anne Roberts, deputy leader of the Green Party of Canada, as well as NDP ethics critic Alexander Boulerice. You will also be hearing from Conservative Party environment critic, Ed Fast, and Liberal Cabinet Minister for the environment and climate change, Catherine McKenna.
Having heard each of the party’s stance on how they think Canada should best deal with climate change, we want you to have your say. Which Party’s climate change plan do you like the most?
Deputy Leader of the Green Party of Canadahttps://www.greenparty.ca/en/jo-ann-roberts
Current NDP MP for Rosemont - La Petite-Patrie
Current Conservative MP - Abbotsfordhttps://www.ourcommons.ca/Parliamentarians/en/members/Ed-Fast(35904)
Current Liberal Cabinet Minister - Ottawa Centrehttps://www.ourcommons.ca/Parliamentarians/en/members/Catherine-McKenna(88892)
The map above shows how the votes are broken down by district.