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Agreement to phase down fossil fuels would risk legal challenges in Canada: Guilbeault

India is pushing for a formal commitment in the deal to which global leaders will agree at the end of the UN’s COP27 climate conference in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. But Canada’s environment minister, Steven Guilbeault, said because the federal government doesn’t control the use of the country’s natural resources, if Canada signed on to such an agreement it would likely lead to constitutional challenges from provinces and companies at home. (The Logic)

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