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Canada's Clean Development Mechanism and Joint Implementation Office website, Canada Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
"The CDM and JI help industrialized countries, including Canada, to achieve their Kyoto targets in a cost-effective manner. In addition, these mechanisms provide opportunities for Canadian organizations and enterprises, enabling those that participate in international projects to obtain emission reduction credits."

Canada's Energy Outlook: 1996-2020 (pdf format), Natural Resources Canada

Environment Canada Climate Change website
This website provides resources, information, ideas and approaches for addressing climate change.

Environment Canada Greenhouse Gas Emissions website

Government of Canada Global Climate Change website
This website provides information related to climate change; how the Government of Canada is addressing climate change; and what individuals and businesses can do to help address this issue.

Government of Canada National Climate Change Process website
“This site has been created to inform Canadians about the process for developing a national implementation strategy on climate change. Governments and experts across Canada are examining the impacts, costs and benefits of addressing climate change. This site will keep you informed on progress being made through this national engagement process.�

Government of Canada at the Sixth Conference of Parties (COP 6) on Climate Change (Part I) website
“The sixth Conference of Parties (COP 6), being held on November 13 - 24, 2000 in The Hague, Netherlands, was the most important United Nations' Climate Change Conference since the Kyoto Protocol was adopted at COP 3 in 1997.

Government of Canada at the Sixth Conference of Parties (COP 6 bis) on Climate Change (Part II) website
The second part of the sixth session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 6) took place from Wednesday, 18 July to Friday, 27 July 2001 in Bonn, Germany.

Government of Canada at the Seventh Conference of Parties (COP 7) on Climate Change website
Information related to the seventh session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 7) Which is taking place from October 29th to November 9th 2001, in Marrakech, Morocco.

Health Canada - Climate Change and Health Office website

Natural Resources Canada – Canadian Forest Service Climate Change Network

Natural Resources Canada – Climate Change Website

Natural Resources Canada – Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Website

Natural Resources Canada - Reducing Canada's Vulnerability to Climate Change Portal
"your source of information about research aimed at improved understanding of the vulnerability of Canada’s landscape and coastal areas, infrastructure, and communities to climate change."

National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy (NRTEE)Emissions Trading Website

Reducing Canada's Vulnerability to Climate Change Program Portal

Transport Canada Climate Change website



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