Why we still have no real climate action from Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government?
In 2016, the Trudeau’s team promoted the UN’s Paris Climate Agreement, but today they haven’t achieved sustainable climate economy. The Paris deal was merely a way for the UN to gather a few countries together to collect money in order to operate the UN headquartered office.
For example, today Canada still relies on gas plants, power and oil industries in order to create energy.
Andrew Scheer of the Conservative party said he has a solution but has not yet to show his support.
On the other hand, Elizabeth May of the Green Party has an ambitious plan and may be the only leader with the Green-Climate-Environment plan for Canada.
No doubt, Trudeau has failed, but it doesn’t mean it is too late to renew commitment to make climate friendly economy.
Moving forward, any potential party that are listed here or not which becomes elected to Parliament on October 21 (election day) should consider starting on day one on eco-friendly investments and put money towards such programs. The taxes can be collected back from Canadians.
However, people need not juggle between political platforms, instead they should come together for the cause. If every person gives $10 in Canada that would total $3 billion.