Canada announced Monday it plans to phase out the use of coal-fired electricity by 2030. The move is in stark contrast to President-elect Donald Trump's vow to revive the American coal industry.
Environment Minister Kathleen McKenna said the goal is
to make sure 90 % of Canada's electricity comes from sustainable sources
by that time - up from 80 % today. The announcement is one of a series of
measures Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government is rolling out as
part of a broader climate change plan. Trudeau also has plans to implement a
France, Britain, the Netherlands, Austria and Denmark have all
announced accelerated coal phase outs, McKenna said. [enr]
Eipä olla maailmalla kuultu
min Olli REHNin hehkuttamasta pakkolaista; katso http://energiatyhmyrit.real.fi/2016/11/olli-rehnin-sekoilut.html.