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Saving for the Future

In an economic boom, companies must pay back their loans to Alberta, pay their taxes and fill the Heritage Fund. Tax money belongs to the people and the use of that money must reflect the needs of the people not a re-election agenda. The GPA will address the unfair cost of living and create more accountability to ensure that our wealth benefits the many, not a select few.

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  • Michael Hunter
    commented 2022-12-21 11:09:52 -0700
    https://report.ipcc.ch/ar6wg3/pdf/IPCC_AR6_WGIII_PressRelease-English.pdf
    “We are at a crossroads. The decisions we make now can secure a liveable future.”
    The IPCC says emissions must peak in 2025 and begin to rapidly decline. We must do our part. WE must show Albertans a plan to peak emissions in 2025, eliminate half our emissions by 2030, and 100% by 2050. If we show we plan to meet our obligations, others will follow, and the window to preserving a livable planet remains open.
    The last COP climate conference had one tangible result: the creation of the loss and damage fund.
    WE must now use all the resources at our command to accelerate the energy transition.
    It is time to INVEST the Heritage fund in renewing our electrical grid, and aiding Albertans in electrifying every building. All gas lines must be disconnected by January 1st, 2050. We have 27 years to remove the fossil fuel infrastructure from our communities and replace it with zero emission alternatives. We can achieve this, if we use the Heritage fund.
    If we are not willing to spend the Heritage fund to de-carbonize Alberta, we should turn it over to the IPCC loss and damage fund.
  • Web Developer
    published this page in Our Priorities 2022-03-30 01:38:04 -0600