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Environment committee  How do you ensure that the funds that will be transferred to the provinces are spent in a way that supports the implementation of the pan-Canadian framework on clean growth and climate change?

June 5th, 2018Committee meeting

Churence RogersLiberal

Environment committee  Yes. This funding will allow our employees to advance some of the measures contained in the pan-Canadian framework, as you mentioned. This includes the use of funds to support adaptation to the impacts of climate change, to develop regulatory frameworks in the electricity

June 5th, 2018Committee meeting

Stephen Lucas

Environment committee   and increase Canada's resilience to real climate change. This plan, published in December 2016 and sent to the United Nations, will inform Canadians of the measures and the effects they will have produced each year by 2030. As I just said, the plan also contains non-modelled measures

June 5th, 2018Committee meeting

Stephen Lucas

Environment committee  Canada reports transparently each year, every second year to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and in the alternate years in our public reporting in Canada on our emission forecast and the results of the the inventory on actual observations. In the most

June 5th, 2018Committee meeting

Stephen Lucas

Environment committee  The response I was giving is that the government has articulated a plan to achieve the target. That includes both measures modelled in the report to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change but also other measures that have not been modelled including public

June 5th, 2018Committee meeting

Stephen Lucas

Environment committee  Both the United Nations and the Auditor General have noted that in fact the Pan-Canadian framework on clean growth and climate change and all the programs that are within it, will not meet the Paris Agreement targets. Correct?

June 5th, 2018Committee meeting

Ed FastConservative

Environment committee  . I think you can do better, Madam Minister. You and I have known each other now for quite a while. I have the greatest respect for you, but you're going to have difficulty getting your climate change agenda through if it's all partisanship and attacks on the other parties

June 5th, 2018Committee meeting

Ed FastConservative

Environment committee  What have we seen in those provinces? We have seen that they have been able to tackle climate change while also being the fastest-growing economies in the country. The question you're really asking is what happens with the revenues. That is up to the provinces to decide and—

June 5th, 2018Committee meeting

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Environment committee   us to do to protect the environment, parks and protected areas. It is all the more important to do this because there is also the context of climate change.

June 5th, 2018Committee meeting

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Environment committee  We understand that the environment and the economy go hand in hand. So we have acted on the environment and on climate change. We also conducted a rigorous environmental assessment of this project. I'm quite surprised, though, that the Conservative member might be suggesting

June 5th, 2018Committee meeting

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Environment committee   that the Conservatives wake up every morning looking for ways to destroy the planet. The Liberals and the Minister of Environment and Climate Change are constantly telling us that we did nothing. That's completely false, and here's the proof: We set the greenhouse gas reduction targets

June 5th, 2018Committee meeting

Joël GodinConservative

Environment committee  It's concerning the last meeting. I would like to take a minute to say that Her Majesty's official opposition is very glad to see the Minister of Environment and Climate Change with us this morning. As you know, the centre-left was in a bit of a quandary last week

June 5th, 2018Committee meeting

Alupa ClarkeConservative

Environment committee  Thank you, Madam Chair. Committee members, dear colleagues, I am happy to be with you this morning to talk about the 2018-2019 Main Estimates for Environment and Climate Change Canada, for the Parks Canada Agency, and for the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency. I believe

June 5th, 2018Committee meeting

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Environment committee  . The International Energy Agency isn't a replacement for UNEP, the United Nations Environment Programme. It doesn't replace the secretariat of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. However, it recognizes that critical research and analysis done by the International Energy Agency informs

May 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Elizabeth MayGreen

Environment committee   paragraph (c) so that the the regulator also considers what is required for: the Government of Canada to meet its environmental obligations and its commitments in respect of climate change.

May 22nd, 2018Committee meeting

Elizabeth MayGreen