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Tory approach to the environment


Bruce PardyAssociate Professor of Environmental Law, Bruce Pardy can comment on the Conservative government’s proposed “made-in-Canada” approach to the environment. In his paper, The Kyoto Protocol: Bad News for the Global Environment, he says “Kyoto is the latest in a series of international environmental ‘first steps’ that are politically appealing but inadequate in form as well as substance," (in Journal of Environmental Law & Practice, 2004). His other publications include Changing Nature: The Myth of the Inevitability of Ecosystem Management (2003) Pace Environmental Law Review, and Asking the Dog to Guard the Puppy Chow: Three Objections to Environmental Voluntarism (2003), Journal of Environmental Law and Practice.533-6000, ext. 77570brucepardy@yahoo.comCall 613-533-3280 for alternate numbers.For more information or to arrange an interview call Sarah Withrow 613-533-3280, Lorinda Peterson 613-533-3234, or Therese Greenwood 613-533-6907.Attention broadcasters: Queen's now has facilities to provide broadcast quality audio and video feeds. For television interviews, we can provide a live, real-time double ender from Kingston fibre optic cable and broadcast quality radio transmissions from our on-campus studio. Please call for details.

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