NOBLETON, Ont. – By 2050, Ondari's highly anticipated climate change program aimed at increasing private investment in pure technology and establishing a fund for the performance of large producers.
The program of progressive Conservative Government was presented by Roads Philips on Thursday. The Undertrant Carbon Trust, which works for taxpayers, will be participating in 400 years with $ 400 million in green technology.
It will discuss with industry members to develop the performance standards of large producers.
"This is a plan, it becomes a quick browser, and it's a health plan and a healthy economy," Philips said. "Our Plan encourages individuals to share their partnership with shared goals for families and businesses."
Philips emphasized that it does not pay the price to plan carbon, which replaces the cap and trade of the former liberal regime. A pharmaceutical demand-carbon pricing system that can not give life to families, Torsus repeatedly during the Spring campaign campaigns.
The 50 million "reverse auction" Ontario Carbon Trust, which promotes businesses to auction on government contracts based on low cost cost for human gas gas emissions.
This is a project that makes a clean break from the level quo. This is a project to spend on healthcare and a healthier economy.
A sample carbon trust like an Australian Audience Reduction Fund to help with climate change. It enables the entrepreneurs to provide tax-free environment for the industry, farmers, landlords and environmental friendly practices and technologies.
The climate plan will set up a free board to cooperate with private sector to identify projects that reduce emissions.
Encourage consumption of electric vehicles will be encouraged. In truck track, natural gas and petrol will increase.
An assessment will affect the impacts of Ontario on climate change.
Under the Paris Agreement, aims to reduce the emissions below 30 percent below 2005 by 2030. It is used to reduce emissions from 161 megawatts to 143 megawatts in 2030.
This is eight percent of the target.
"The program we presented today is a discriminatory approach to doing that," he said.
The Paris Treaty is held to maintain the global average temperature below 2 degrees Celsius.