Paris deal on climate change met with calls to action from Canadians

CBC: Experts and environmentalists tried to inject a practical note into Saturday's celebration over the Paris climate agreement, pointing out Canada still doesn't have a federal emissions target. The agreement, which was passed by nearly 200 countries in Paris, asks all countries to restrict their greenhouse gas emissions for the first time. It limits temperature rise to two degrees Celsius. Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna tweeted that the pact was made "for our children." However,......

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