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Environment committee   mess and was doing nothing to reduce emissions. In my opinion, the Department of Environment and Climate Change should be responsible for monitoring the funds to make sure they are contributing to achieving the right objectives. Now I want to talk about funds at the international

March 24th, 2022Committee meeting

Monique PauzéBloc

Environment committee  I will make a first attempt and then pass it to my colleague, Paul Halucha, our associate deputy minister. I would say that this very active area of climate change policy related to transportation and ZEVs, in particular, is a collaborative effort among a number of federal

March 24th, 2022Committee meeting

Christine Hogan

Environment committee  I am saying that we have put in place a hundred measures and $100 billion of investment. After we did all that, we started looking at removal technologies. Our climate change strategy didn't start with removals, but it—

March 24th, 2022Committee meeting

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Environment committee  . It's for 2022-26, if memory serves. We are looking at the various elements of the sustainable development goals, which include climate change, sustainable finance—

March 24th, 2022Committee meeting

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Environment committee   the connection between water and climate change, that the crisis is really about the life of the planet and that the water is the lifeblood of the planet. In the supplementary estimates, votes 1c and 10c talk about—and you mentioned it in your presentation, Minister—$7,855,539

March 24th, 2022Committee meeting

Lloyd LongfieldLiberal

Environment committee  Well, there might be some commonalities. We are very collegial here and we all want the same thing, which is to combat climate change.

March 24th, 2022Committee meeting

The ChairLiberal

Environment committee  On climate change, I would disagree with your characterization of what is happening. I have been speaking with my counterparts, both from southern and northern countries, European ministers—Germany, France, the United Kingdom—and Special Envoy Kerry this weekend, and everybody

March 24th, 2022Committee meeting

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Environment committee  I wanted to draw your attention to something else the Advisory Body said that seems really important. It is on page 10 of the document: 3. Prioritize the development of a climate change data, insights, and monitoring digital platform by the end of 2023 That is the third item

March 24th, 2022Committee meeting

Monique PauzéBloc

Environment committee   in a space that the IEA has recognized is critical to meeting the world's GHG reduction targets. Given that we have these three mechanisms, what assurances can Environment and Climate Change Canada provide that the emissions reductions activities won't be able to double or triple count

March 24th, 2022Committee meeting

Patrick WeilerLiberal

Environment committee   for it. Having it under Environment and Climate Change Canada rather than Natural Resources Canada would make people feel a bit safer. It seems like a good idea to me.

March 24th, 2022Committee meeting

Monique PauzéBloc

Environment committee  Thank you for the question. This is clearly something that I and the department are very seized with. We've had a number of meetings with B.C. ministers in the four months that I've been environment and climate change minister on specifically the question of old-growth species

March 24th, 2022Committee meeting

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Environment committee  . This is from Environment and Climate Change Canada's website. If it takes $60 billion to increase greenhouse gas emissions by 23 megatonnes, how much is it going to cost to get us to the 45% reduction that you're talking about in your plan?

March 24th, 2022Committee meeting

Kyle SeebackConservative

Environment committee   are in the process of reducing those emissions by 30 million tonnes, which is equivalent roughly to Quebec as a whole. That's 80 million tonnes per year. We are changing the course of climate change emissions in Canada. As I said in my presentation, next week I will be tabling the emissions

March 24th, 2022Committee meeting

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Environment committee  Good evening. Environment and Climate Change Canada is the lead federal department for strategic action on a wide range of environmental matters, including action on clean growth and climate change, preventing and managing pollution, conserving nature, and predicting weather

March 3rd, 2022Committee meeting

Mary Taylor

Environment committee   waste does not go into this facility. The near-surface disposal facility is a disposal facility for low-level waste. We considered all possible climate change and major weather events. We looked at back-to-back, hundred-year floods. The facility itself is about 50 metres above

March 1st, 2022Committee meeting

Joseph McBrearty