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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