Canada to Pull it’s Weight in the Fight Against Global Warming
Canada gets serious about converting it’s electrical grid to renewable energy.
Following the successful COP21 Paris agreement to limit GHG gases, the country must now convert the remaining 20 percent of it’s electrical grid to renewable energy.
This should be easy to do as 80 percent of primary energy generation is already renewable energy.
Maybe we just needed the will to act. Fortunately, COP21 has provided that impetus. [Ed.]
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