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Good afternoon, and welcome to Globe Climate, a newsletter about climate change, environment and resources in Canada.

We’ll be talking to Canada’s favourite astronaut, Chris Hadfield this week, and you’re invited to join the conversation. Globe climate newsletter writer, Sierra Bein (that’s me) will be asking him about the environment and how to make life better on Earth.

Did you have questions you want to ask? You can let us know here. But make sure you tune in to see the answers!

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The Canadian Net-Zero Emissions Accountability Act would require the federal government to set targets for 2030 onward.

But without penalties in place if governments miss the net-zero target, the only accountability would come from voters.

Kelly Cryderman, a Globe columnist based in Alberta wrote that the the legislation doesn’t address elephant in the room: Without input from the oil and gas industry, tgam.ca/climate-live for the full conversation.

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