Green Economy

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Climate change, deforestation, water contamination, cancer-causing toxins, ecosystem decline: Canadians are rightly concerned about the daunting environmental challenges that threaten our long-term health and prosperity. And yet, successive Canadian governments have spurned pressing ecological concerns and focused instead on narrow short-term growth policies.  

Instead of making policies as though economic imperatives and environmental sustainability are at odds, Canada must focus on the development of innovative greener industries that generate good jobs and globally competitive companies that can fuel Canada’s long-term economic well-being.


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