Canada’s forests, and its other carbon-absorbing assets, more than offset the country’s emissions
European fanatics and ecological radicals refuse to accept that Canada’s forests, and its other carbon-absorbing assets, more than offset the country’s emissions. And, since 1997, Ottawa has capitulated.
“On the one hand, Canada, the United States, Japan and Australia wanted to count the carbon dioxide (CO2) removed from the atmosphere by their forests and agricultural soils towards their commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. On the other hand, the European Union wanted to limit credits for carbon removed by forests and soils.
The Paris Agreement is a Trojan Horse threatening the Canadian economy and national unity. Since 1997, only 37 developed countries have reduced CO2 emissions by seven per cent and the rest — led by climate culprit China — have increased emissions by 130 per cent.