Canada and Europe Agree on Climate Change, Sort of
The Prime Minister's office has released the 2007 EU-Canada Summit Statement outlining the results of Stephen Harper's meeting with European Union Chair Angela Merkel. It announces that both parties agree to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. However, they are at odds when it comes to the finer points of the math. The EU wants to use 1990 as the starting point. Harper favours 2006.
Oh well. What's 16 years and a few billion tonnes of C02 anyway?