Climate change news
- The governments of Canada and Nova Scotia help homeowners fund energy efficiency upgrades
- Canada to Host G7 Ministerial Meeting on Working Together on Climate Change, Oceans and Clean Energy
- The governments of Canada and Nova Scotia announce funding to help Nova Scotia homeowners save money on solar power
- Minister McKenna promotes ambitious climate action with international partners in Europe
- Regulations for trucks, buses, and large vehicles cut pollution, improve air quality, and boost competitiveness
- New analysis confirms carbon pricing works: it will significantly reduce pollution while our economy grows
- On Earth Day, Government of Canada targets plastic waste and marine litter, with launch of online consultation
Celebrating 30 years of ozone protection. The world came together to reduce and eliminate chemicals that harm the ozone layer.
The Montreal Protocol.
As a leader in atmospheric science, Canada is monitoring the ozone layer using satellite observations, specially equipped weather ballons and ground-based instruments.
The Montreal Protocol and Kigali Amendment will help the ozone layer continue to recover.
One more way Canada is taking action on climate change.
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