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Item #d95mar56

National Action Program on Climate Change, Feb. 1995. Enquiry Centre, Environ. Canada, Ottawa ON K1A 0H3, Can. (tel: 819 997 2800; fax: 819 953 2225). (See NEWS.)

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Climate Change, Productivity and the Canadian Standard of Living, 11 pp., 1995. Available from AREA (Alliance for Responsible Environmental Alternatives), 1840 Manulife Pl., 10180-101 St., Edmonton AB T5J 3S4, Can. (tel: 403 944 0695; fax: 403 441 9849).

(See NEWS NOTES.) Canadian climate change policy should be built on: sound economic and environmental analysis; government goal setting; private sector voluntary measures; and recognition of the international nature of the issue.

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United States-Canada Air Quality Agreement: 1994 Progress Report (EPA/430/R-94/013), Air Quality Comm., 64 pp., 1994. Contact Secretary, Canadian Sect., Intl. Joint Commission, 100 Metcalf St., Ottawa ON K1P 5M1, Can.; Secretary, U.S. Sect., IJC, 1250 23rd St. NW, S. 100, Washington DC 20440.

Although acidic deposition is the primary focus of work under the Agreement, other activities may be initiated that relate to transboundary air pollution.

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