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PODCAST: The Rob Snow Show for April 5, 2022

The latest United Nations IPCC report on humanity's progress in the existential fight against climate change is sounding the alarm that time is running out, again. They say it's 'now or never'. Are you a 'now' person, or a 'never' person?
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Hour 1:

Tuesday. It's 'now or never' if we want to save the planet. That's the call from the latest United Nations IPCC report on the status of our existential fight against climate change. We continue our coverage of the upcoming federal budget, focusing today on housing and agriculture.

12:08 - "The house is on fire and the Liberals are standing at the sink doing dishes. They've correctly identified the problem, but they are doing absolutely nothing resembling a solution right now."

Dean Tester from the local housing advocacy group Make Housing Affordable joins Rob with his views on what the federal government should be prioritizing in terms of housing policy in this week's budget.

22:30 - "Do you hear one single environmentalist say, 'look we've got to go after the low-hanging fruit, China is producing more than anyone else in the world.'?"

Professor Ian Lee is here for his weekly appearance, this week focusing on the new United Nations IPCC report on the status of the global effort to combat climate change.

Listen to Hour 1 of The Rob Snow Show:

Hour 2:

It's the Talk Back Hour. According to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, it is now or never when it comes to saving the planet. Rob takes your calls.

Listen to Hour 2 of The Rob Snow Show:

Hour 3:

0:00 - "Does this mean, however, being first out of the gate, to reach 300,000, does that mean she has a huge advantage over anyone else? No."

Get caught up on the Conservative Party leadership race during columnist Michael Taube's weekly appearance.

20:37 - "There is a lot of doom and gloom in that report, but there's also some hope in that report."

Rob is joined by Ontario Green Party leader, MPP Mike Schreiner, to discuss the new report from the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which says it is 'now or never' to save the world from climate change.

30:54 - "We don't have a foreseeable option to go electric or some other alternative."

Continuing our focus on the 2022 federal budget, Rob speaks with Canadian Federation of Agriculture vice president Keith Currie to get a sense of what sort of support is needed in the agriculture industry this year.

Listen to Hour 3 of The Rob Snow Show:

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