Ontario's former environmental commissioner, Dianne Saxe, joins the QP Briefing podcast to talk about the environment, climate change and life after the provincial government shuttered her office and folded it into the auditor general's office. She sheds some light on what she's hearing from Ontarians as she travels across the province and how she doesn't think Ontario will reach a 30 per cent greenhouse gas emissions reduction target by 2030 with current policies. She also talks about the need for both individual and collective action on climate change, saying that the former is an important place to start, but a "terrible place to stop."
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, concerns or praise.
Music: "Private Eye" by Kevin McLeod
From the Free Music Archive