Group says Eastern Canada lags in greenhouse gas control

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A coalition of environmental groups says Eastern Canadian provinces are lagging behind the New England states in controlling greenhouse gas emissions.

Canadian and U.S. environmentalists are in Prince Edward Island today to pressure Eastern Canadian premiers and New England governors to take concrete action to stop climate change.

The premiers and governors from northeastern North America are holding their annual retreat at a golf resort on Prince Edward Island. The environment and energy top their agenda.

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