By Sen. Doug Black and Gary G. Mar
Published in the National Post

April 1, 2021

With a new administration in Washington, and a willing partner in Ottawa, Canada and the United States finally have a chance to do something they never have before — craft a meaningful, measurable and enduring North American climate and energy strategy.

Both governments are deeply engaged on climate progress and the U.S.-hosted global climate summit at the end of April is fast approaching. Now is the time to achieve what has eluded negotiators for the past 15 years. The strategy starts with a Canada-U.S. partnership and would, hopefully, expand later to include Mexico.