A rebranding campaign has been launched by Prime Minister Trudeau and the provinces premiers in an effort to revamp Canada’s environmental plan on the world stage.
Trudeau says that he and all leaders have a consolidated outlook on the issue of climate change, which represents a challenge for the world.
The Prime Minister spoke following the first ministers meeting in preparation for the United Nations climate summit in Paris, which takes place next week.
Saskatchewan’s Premier Brad Wall said that he will fight to ensure that the upcoming plan does not damage the energy industry, which his province heavily relies upon economically.
Quebec’s Premier Philippe Couillard says he believes the summit in Paris will provide an opportunity to “rebrand” Canada.
Justin Trudeau subjects Canada’s Premiers to a science class before Paris Climate Summit: https://t.co/bciTpVXFgH
— VICE News (@vicenews) November 24, 2015