Published by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Floor The state will allow $ 7.3 billion ($ 9.1 billion) Climate targets can be achieved by reducing emissions.
“The European leaders I spoke to were very clear: they do not want to stop oil and gas dependence from Russia, but they want to accelerate the transition towards clean and green energy.Trudeau said at a presentation on the project in Vancouver.
At the moment, however, Canada also has plans for that Increase exports Oil and gas, Up to 300,000 barrels per day this year. This was stated by the Minister of Natural Resources Jonathan Wilkinson. This is the result of an energy crisis War between Russia and Ukraine, The Minister explained. This is a 5% increase, which would be beneficial to allies.
Canada’s plan to reduce emissions
Canada’s average temperature is rising twice as fast as the rest of the world. Last summer a Hot post Unprecedented with nearly 50 degrees in British Columbia.
Canada has already expressed its willingness to commit itself to this perspective on the Paris Agreement. With now 2030 plan to reduce emissions The strategy to reduce emissions from each economic sector aims to reduce emissions by 40-45% by 2030 (compared to 2005 levels) and then move towards the ultimate goal of zero emissions, reaching the middle of the century. This is the first project to reduce emissions Canadian Net-Zero Emission Liability Act.
The plan includes investments 9.1 billion Canadian dollars, Which includes carbon pricing measures, “clean” fuels and targets for each economic sector. Taken together, these measures will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create at the same time New jobs And New business opportunities. The project was implemented with the views of more than 30,000 Canadians in mind, as announced by the Canadian government, who expressed a clear need for climate action without an increase in the cost of living and an increase in jobs.
Progress will be analyzed through detailed reports made in 2023, 2025 and 2027.
In between Actions The 2030 plan to reduce emissions includes: reducing the cost of energy for homes and buildings, improving climate action for communities, incentives for the purchase of electric cars, providing renewable energy to the economic sector, reducing emissions to assist businesses, and investments in nature conservation and conservation.
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