A Senate committee on agriculture that’s studying the effects of climate change is holding public hearings in Halifax immediately.
The senators are set to listen to from woodlot homeowners, agricultural organizations and different curiosity teams through the two-day hearings.
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The committee is gathering details about the impacts of climate change on the agriculture, agri-food and forestry sectors.
Members of the committee are scheduled to go to college and school campuses in the town on Wednesday as half of a fact-finding train.
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The committee may even hear from authorities officers and Indigenous teams.
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It began the examine in March 2017 and is taking a look at how the agriculture, agri-food and forestry sectors are being affected by Canada’s efforts to satisfy its greenhouse gasoline emissions discount commitments.
It’s anticipated to current its last report and proposals by subsequent June.