Federal politicians say non-partisan climate group is 'safe space' behind closed doors
Michelle Rempel, a Calgary-area MP, said she remembered learning about global warming as a 10-year-old in 1990 when her mother gave her a book about the 20th anniversary of Earth Day.
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#1 Apr 27, 2013
May said the closed-door policy allows MPs to speak freely about the problem.
We want it to be a trusting, safe space, in which any member of Parliament from any party can come and ask any question or make any comment and its all off the record and all in shared confidence, May said
Meantime, the non-partisan group will continue meeting behind the scenes, with next months session expected to be organized by Chong, the Conservative MP.
They don't want the public to listen to their scientific science fiction. Yes the trusting safe place people have my vote.
#2 May 9, 2013
..MAY Said...May said...HONESTY,..Upfront,here. ??..dhen vhy are you's ..hiding..hiding...No-Real-Nam e..???...eh..
#3 May 9, 2013
..Then...TALK...Talk ..freely about the ...problems,here...eh...(+)..y ada u u
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