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Kyoto rethink urged; Professor argues the evidence isn't there that greenhouse gases affect climate
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The Guelph Mercury - Guelph, Ont.
Author: Whitwham, Brian
Date: Jan 19, 2005
Start Page: A.3
Section: LOCAL NEWS
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As the federal government considers relaxing the Kyoto accord's strict emissions-cutting targets for large industrial producers, a local expert says Canada should think about abandoning the agreement altogether.

Canada's goals under Kyoto are within reach and if anything, they should be made stronger, said Matthew Carroll, a member of the energy action coalition, a North American youth network that's active on climate change and environmental justice issues.

Photo: DAVE CARTER, GUELPH MERCURY / [Ross McKitrick], an associate professor of economics, teaches a class at the University of Guelph yesterday. He believes Canada should consider abandoning its support for the Kyoto accord on greenhouse gas emissions.

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