"The entire planet is on fire, literally and figuratively," according to Gary Mason, national affairs correspondent at the Globe and Mail. "Canada is a small player in the grand scheme of things. And what we do to reduce GHG emissions will make an insignificant dent in bringing about overall change. But that is hardly the point. We have to do our part. We have to have the moral conviction to address this problem before it’s too late—if it’s not already."
Let us assume that the climate-change altruism promulgated by our national media can elevate Canadians' "moral conviction." Then what?
In the immortal words of the Beatles, we'd all love to see the plan.