Some Like It Cold: The Politics of Climate Change in Canada [NOOK Book]

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Some Like It Cold plunges headlong into the political conundrum of Canada’s climatechange debate. Focusing on the past responses of both Liberal and Conservative governmentsto the looming crisis—ranging from negligence to complicity and connivance—Paehlke illuminatesthe issues surrounding compliance with global regulations such as Kyoto, includingthe dilemma of tar sands development. But he also lays out crucial political steps that could, if taken, lead towards a solution.
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Some Like It Cold: The Politics of Climate Change in Canada

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Overview


Some Like It Cold plunges headlong into the political conundrum of Canada’s climatechange debate. Focusing on the past responses of both Liberal and Conservative governmentsto the looming crisis—ranging from negligence to complicity and connivance—Paehlke illuminatesthe issues surrounding compliance with global regulations such as Kyoto, includingthe dilemma of tar sands development. But he also lays out crucial political steps that could, if taken, lead towards a solution.
While he presents a potentially positive projection for the future, Paehlke is not afraid topoint a finger at Canada’s fractured and flawed democracy—demonstrating that the country’sambivalence is our biggest hindrance to joining the international quest to move forward onthis unparalleled global challenge.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781926662367
  • Publisher: Between the Lines
  • Publication date: 4/30/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 168
  • File size: 411 KB

Meet the Author


Robert C. Paehlke is a professor emeritus of Environmental and Resource Studies andPolitical Science at Trent University in Peterborough. The founding editor of the journalAlternatives: Canadian Ideas and Action, Paehlke is the author of Democracy’s Dilemma, Conservationand Environmentalism, and Environmentalism and the Future of Progressive Politics.


ROBERT C. PAEHLKE is a professor emeritus of Environmental and Resource Studies and
Political Science at Trent University in Peterborough. The founding editor of the journal
Alternatives: Canadian Ideas and Action, Paehlke is the author of Democracy’s Dilemma, Conservation
and Environmentalism
, and Environmentalism and the Future of Progressive Politics.

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Table of Contents


Introduction
A Personal Reflection
Chapter 1
Canada, Oil, and the World’s Stage
Chapter 2
The Tar Sands Challenge: Do Oil andDemocracy Mix?
Chapter 3
Toronto 1988 to Kyoto 1997: A World-Class Ambivalence
Chapter 4
Ratification and Beyond: KyotoSquabbles and an InternationalReputation
Chapter 5
Explaining Inaction
Chapter 6
Leadership and Long-Term Thinking
Notes
Index

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