Rob Shaw: B.C.’s climate plan 2.0 faces criticism for continued oil and gas reliance


Premier John Horgan unveiled a second draft of his climate plan to fill in gaps to meet 2030 targets on Tuesday.

But while he received praise for a focus on electrification, zero-emission vehicles and building code changes, he’s still under fire for old-growth logging and oil and gas subsidies.

CHEK’s Rob Shaw explains.

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