- Ban harmful single-use plastics.
- Set new standards and targets for businesses that manufacture plastic products or sell items with plastic packaging to have them take full responsibility for collecting and recycling.
- Strengthen the Environmental Protection Act.
- Work with provinces and municipalities to put an end to raw sewage being dumped in waterways.
- Review and modernize air quality standards.
- Reinstate the Lake Simcoe Clean-Up fund.
- Ban export of plastic waste.
- Incorporate a mitigation and adaptation lens to infrastructure investments, with communities identifying and addressing risks.
- Pursue natural infrastructure projects to provide low-cost protection against floods, drought, and water quality issues.
- Invest in wildfire technology.
Introduce greater protection for the Great Lakes and other large lakes.
- Using the existing Green Infrastructure Fund, launch a national program to restore natural buffer zones along waterways.
- Invest in climate-proofing essential infrastructure, prioritizing drinking and waste water systems to protect against flooding, droughts, and contamination.
Reestablish the Hunting and Angling Advisory Panel to give hunters and anglers input into decisions on protecting natural habitats.
Declare a climate emergency, put in place greenhouse gas reductions targets to stabilize the global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celcius, and create an independent Climate Accountability Office to do regular audits of progress towards climate goals.
Any profit from construction or sale of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project will be invested in natural climate solutions and clean energy projects.
Create a new $5 billion Clean Power Fund to support electrification of Canadian industries and transition northern, remove, and Indigenous communities off diesel power, sourced through the Canada Infrastructure Bank's existing resources.
Cut corporate tax paid by companies developing and manufacturing zero-emissions technology by 50%.
Maintain and continue to increase the current federally mandated price on carbon.
Remove the federal price on carbon.
Continue carbon pricing, including rebates to households that fall under the federal backstop plan, while rolling back breaks for big polluters.
Maintain a broad-based, revenue neutral carbon fee on all sources of carbon dioxide pollution. Revenues from the carbon fee would be returned to Canadians as a dividend.
Procure for government from Canadian companies involved in clean technology, ensure that federal buildings use renewable energy, and move vehicle fleets to fully electric by 2025, choosing made-in-Canada where possible.
Establish a cross-party inner cabinet to deal with climate change, mandated to ensure Canada does its part to limit global warming to a level civilization can survive, and mitigate the effects of climate change.