New Quebec government has to make 'major change' if it hopes to meet emissions targets, environmentalists say

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By Benjamin Shingler, CBC News, October 10, 2018

Quebec environmentalists are urging the new provincial government to come up with a clear plan to curb greenhouse gases in the wake of a gloomy international report on climate change.

François Legault's Coalition Avenir Québec has committed to meeting the emissions targets outlined in the Paris agreement but has not said how that would be accomplished.

During the election campaign, the CAQ scored lowest among Quebec's four main political parties in a report card prepared by environmental groups.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/quebec-emissions-caq-1.4855974