Felder, Melissa
January 2004
Corporate Knights Magazine;Jan2004, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p40
The author proposes a new energy action plan for Canada. She calls on the Canadian government to discontinue giving subsidies to the fossil fuel industry. She advocates the development and utilization of hydroelectricity and other cleaner energy technologies for an immediate reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. She claims that the government can facilitate the market for renewable energy resources by procuring green power and establishing renewable energy standards.


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