Canada has a plan to fight climate change: What it is — and how it impacts the industry

The plan is simple. Increase the levy on fossil fuels and fund initiatives that promote or boost renewable power generation, and other green technology


Five years after signing the Paris Climate Accord, Canada is still trying to meet its obligations. It's all about the number — the world doesn't want to hit: a 2 percent warming by 2030.

The Canadian government finally revealed its plan to tackle this and it’s simple: make polluting expensive by raising the carbon tax, and pushing carbon emissions down. But the plan is already getting push back from critics and businesses.

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