From the CBC.
The federal environment minister says it may be a few years before Canada tables regulations to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Jim Prentice said the world has to first negotiate a new climate change treaty and Canada and the United States must finish their continental agreement on the same issue.
"I think it's fair to say that this all needs to knit together," Prentice said during a teleconference call from Copenhagen.
Prentice is taking part in the last round of climate change talks before the formal United Nations conference begins next month.
He also dampened any hope an international treaty will be reached in December.
"I think even a few months ago there had been an expectation on the part of the outside world that we would arrive at a full international treaty in December in Copenhagen. That clearly is not going to happen."
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Climate change laws years away: Prentice
They have no clue, do they?