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Canada and Nova Scotia working together to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The Governments of Canada and Nova Scotia have published a proposed equivalency agreement on coal-fired electricity greenhouse gas regulations.
The sun was rising in Durban as more than 195 countries gathered for the 17th Conference of the Parties (COP) agreed to a new climate change plan today.
The Durban Platform sets out a process to negotiate a new climate change treaty that would create binding commitments for all major emitters.
Canada is cautiously optimistic the Platform will lead to a fair and balanced framework for responsible and effective action of the kind provided under the Cancun Agreements, adopted at COP 16 and flowing from the Copenhagen Accord.
Canada’s Environment Minister, the Honourable Peter Kent, participates in an event hosted by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
Minister Kent appeared alongside the Mexican Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources, Juan Rafael Elvira Quesada, UNEP Executive Director, Achim Steiner, Swedish Environment Minister, Lena Ek (not pictured), and Ghanese Minister of Environment, Science and Technology, Sherry Ayittey (not pictured).
Canada supports efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from short-lived climate forcers, like black coal, which will have a significant impact on emissions reductions in the near-term.
Environment Minister, the Honourable Peter Kent, meets with representatives from the Canadian Council of Churches to discuss the ongoing climate change negotiations at COP17 in Durban, South Africa on December 8, 2011.
Environment Minister, Peter Kent, meets with Karl Hood, Grenada's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Environment, Foreign Trade and Export Development, to discuss the ongoing negotiations at COP17 in Durban, South Africa on December 8, 2011.
Minister Hood thanked Canada for its position at the climate conference and said Small Island States, like Grenada, "walk with Canada".