The Canadian Government’s Mitigation Recommendations for Global Warming


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Essay #: 056424
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The Canadian Government's Mitigation Recommendations for Global Warming
Section A: Short Critical Reflections Topic 1: The Kyoto Protocol and Beyond
Reading: TRUE NORTH: Adapting Infrastructure to Climate Change in Northern Canada. From Canada’s Action of Climate Change. Retrieved December 10th, 2009 from
It is apparent that global warming cannot be stopped. Therefore, it would seem to make sense to mitigate the potentially destructive effects of global warming. Canada has failed in its Kyoto obligations, but at least it already has some plans in place to mitigate the effects of global warming. This is appropriate, given that Canada’s northern regions are on the frontline...
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