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Notice of Intent to Regulate Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Large Final Emitters
The Notice of Intent to Regulate Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Large Final Emitters - in PDF Format (448 KB) outlines how the federal government plans to implement its climate change policy with respect to greenhouse gas emission reductions by Large Final Emitters, as outlined in the April 2005 Climate Change Plan, Moving Forward on Climate Change: A Plan for Honouring our Kyoto Commitment.
The working assumption of the government is that the proposed regulations would be developed under Parts 5 and 11 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA, 1999). There is a 60-day comment period for anyone wishing to submit comments on this Notice of Intent.
All comments, in English or in French, must be received in writing at the address below by Wednesday, September 14, 2005.
Dr. Leigh Mazany
Senior Policy Advisor
Greenhouse Gas Reductions Directorate
155 Queen Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H3
- The Kyoto Protocol Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) and the Canadian Environmental Protection Act: A synthesis of relevant science from the IPCC Third Assessment Report in the context of CEPA Section 64.
- Fact Sheet
- News Release
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Summary of Comments
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