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Global warming, or climate change, is an increase in the earth's atmospheric temperature since the late nineteenth century. In politics, the debate over global warming is centered on whether this increase in temperature is due to greenhouse gas emissions or is the result of a natural pattern in the earth's temperature. See recent environmental regulation news
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No, I feel we have no responsibility to the earth or future generations and we are entitled to use the world in whichever way we see fit. This enables our quality of life to increase whilst maintaining a more realistic view of the human condition as one... 3 years ago from a Liberal in Berwick
We should be similar to US, if not we drive business out if the country and we'll lose jobs. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Sarnia
Push for a global standard so that every country is on a level playing field. imposing regulations on Canada only will make it less competitive in many business sectors compared to other countries without these standards that have lower costs as a result. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Halifax
If Ontario can show an economic future for Solar then I would listen to a "Business Plan". I may consider it a viable investment if it can be proven. I have no interest in subsidizing power we sell to the USA. 2 years ago from a Liberal in Calgary
Provide incentive but do not force it on businesses because it effects everyone. New businesses should have a requirement for alternative energies on startup and should get a kickback if they do decide on it and since they do not need to pay as much for... 2 years ago from a Liberal in Cottam
Increase regulations increases chances of companies leaving the country. Invest more into nuclear energy and greenhouse gases will decrease significantly. 2 years ago from a Liberal in Cambridge
It depends on the impact and in what way they contribute to environmental damage. 3 years ago from a Liberal in North Bay
It should enforce and harmonize the regulations we have, and invest more in enforcement. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Saint John
Sure, just be sure that the regulations are adequate for the province. Not all the provinces can survive economically when forcibly not allowed to produce energy the way that is best suited to the province. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Edmonton
Carbon Tax!. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Victoria
Depends on the type of business. If it's a larger business that greatly harms the environment then yes. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Ottawa
No, but enforce the regulations that already exist. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Winfield
On one hand, we should be trying to keep the Earth clean and healthy. On the other hand, most of us will be dead before it affects us. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Saint Thomas
Don't get your panties in a knot - yes it is a natural occurrence but we should not hasten it. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Victoria
Increase penalties to encourage business to be safe in an efficient way. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Winnipeg
Businesses and individuals should all be subject to the same regulations, which should include polluter pay. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Cochrane
They always need to improve environmental regulations.
But they need to work with industry to come up with effective plans that can be implemented more then just on paper. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Red Deer
The question is too broad. It would depend on the type of business. And whether or not current regulations are being adhered to. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Peace River
There should be regulations to benefit the environment (i.e. Singapore's buying out on cars >10y.o) that can be helpful to the environment in the long wrong however they are not too straining on the lifestyles we are accustomed to living. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Regina
Place environmental regulations only on businesses that are known to cause higher levels of impact on the environment. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Squamish
The government should pursue such a mandate in a way that does not discourage economic growth and plague local and weaker businesses that may or may not have as large as an impact on the environment as larger and more intrusive companies. Thus the... 3 years ago from a Liberal in Brampton
Reduce taxes/add incentives for energy efficiency for the population to purchase items. Example: if all new vehicles total average sold previous year was say 9.5L/100km, any vehicle who gets 30% better, gets the deal. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Airdrie
Perhaps just actually enforcing the ones already in place would suffice. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Sherbrooke
I believe global warming is a natural occurrence, but I also believe that we should be good stewards to the earth and take care of it, so incentives should be provided for companies who use alternative energy sources. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Stoney Creek
Why focus on businesses? Economic incentives that effect all persons are key, and among them should be rewards for environmental innovations and r&d money for the greening of the economy. Government has to manage these issues. There is no other... 3 years ago from a Liberal in Saanichton