Dog photos and veiled threats: How Canada’s fertilizer lobby is fighting against climate laws
BUSINESS · POLITICS · MEDIA
July 4, 20227 min read1469 words
Published: July 4, 2022  |  7 min read1469 words
On a Thursday afternoon last May, Canada's Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau logged into a virtual meeting with Karen Proud, CEO of Fertilizer Canada, an organization representing Canada's $23-billion fertilizer industry. The meeting, also attended by assi...
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Aug 4
Content sticks to the facts and does not question the facts. Fascinating article that looks in a balanced manner at fertilizer, a necessary ingredient to keep famine at bay versus environmental protection. Nitrogen run-off was a problem that was solved fifty years ago, yet here we are once again, demonizing fertilizer. It is very interesting to see environmentalists attack that which keeps people alive. Had this technology existed one hundred years ago, the suicide of Europe with two great wars could have been avoided. Content does not dig down to find out who is driving this issue and why they want the world to commit suicide.
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