Climate change has become a hot topic for this election. Climate change is real and whomever tells you otherwise is uneducated because natural climate change has been happening on Earth for millions of years.
The only party that has no mainstream media coverage and no one asking them. Just what is the climate change plan for Maxime Bernier and the People’s Party of Canada?
We dug around their website and read through their platform. What we found was quite surprising compared to a majority of the comments seen online by opposition supporters.
One thing everyone can agree on is we want change and we want something different.
Currently all of the patries running are backing carbon tax and that’sall they have. Tax the citizens for the globes emmisions. Say this will dump a bunch of money in to the renewable energy industry. Now this is where everything changes, that’s right something differnt. It is true Maxime Bernier says with a People’s Party of Canada government they will abolish the carbon tax and pull out of the UN climate change goal. But there is more to it that is being under reported. Here is the first quote from their website and keep reading.
• Withdraw from the Paris Accord and abandon unrealistic greenhouse gas emission reduction targets.
• Abolish the Liberal government’s carbon tax and leave it to provincial governments to adopt programs to reduce emissions if they want to.
Now this is where we run in to trouble, a lot of people see that and they come to a full stop and say I’m out, I’m not reading anymore. But we kept on reading and this os what we found. Something that all the other options are lacking. Fires, floods and heat waves will always be part of our lives somewhere in Canada, this is a fact because it’s nature to begin with. What are business’s told to do over time? Adapt or become irrelevant.
• Invest in adaptation strategies if problems arise as a result of any natural climate change.
• Prioritize implementing practical solutions to make Canada’s air, water and soil cleaner, including bringing clean drinking water to remote First Nations communities.
If he’s saying Invest in adaptation strategies could this lead to more good jobs for Canadians? The investing pitched on their website is a big take on project because it deals with Canadian resources and infrastructure and would require thousand if not tens of thousands of positions to be filled across the country depending on what the strategies are.
catch the full read on their website here