Despite bruised reputation on climate change, country has made strides to protect boreal ecosystem
July 3, 2010 | The Globe and Mail | Published News |
Somewhat to his surprise, one of the top researchers for a global environmental group will tell an international scientific meeting Monday that Canada has quietly become the world leader in forest conservation.Despite suffering international criticism as climate-change laggards and dirty-oil promoters, over the last few years Canadian governments and resource companies have quietly committed to preserve a greater percentage of their forest ecosystems than anywhere else on earth.“It's amazing, it's quite...
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