Outgoing National Round Table on the Environment and Economy president defends its track record as closure approaches

“The outgoing president of the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy, whose recently-released report stated that Canada is not on pace to meet its greenhouse gas emissions target of 17 per cent below 2005 levels by 2020, is defending its track record, despite the federal government’s decision to cut the federally-funded sustainable development think-tank. In an interview with The Hill Times, David McLaughlin said he is confident that the NRTEE’s reports on sustainable development would continue to influence federal public policy after the agency closes its doors next March.”

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