Ottawa breaks up environmental watchdog group

A new report says Canada is going to fall well short of a commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. And the panel that wrote that report, the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy, is being disbanded. We discuss the issue with Anthony Heyes, the Canadian Research Chair in Environmental Economics at the University of Ottawa.

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