In a wide-ranging interview, Environment Minister Peter Kent addresses the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, Canada's Copenhagen target and the 'post-Kyoto period.'
Sneh Duggal Published: Wednesday, 03/21/2012 12:00 am EDT
Complaints about the "muzzling" of Canadian government scientists are being driven by "a very small number of Canadian journalists who believe that they're the centres of their respective universes," says Environment Minister Peter Kent.
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