Climate change news
- Government of Canada releases further details on federal carbon-pollution pricing system
- Canada’s climate action is working, report to United Nations confirms
- Minister McKenna releases framework to make Canada’s fuels cleaner
- Minister McKenna advances Canada’s climate leadership at Paris One Planet Summit
- Canada and the UK double Powering Past Coal Alliance members with business leaders
- Canada and the World Bank Group to support the clean energy transition in developing countries and Small Island Developing States
- Minister McKenna heads to Paris to attend One Planet
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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