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ROME Canada is set to agree to a tough, specific limit on global warming at a gathering of world economic leaders in Italy that gets underway today, an official said.



Signalling a different approach to climate change, a spokesman for Prime Minister Stephen Harper suggested Canada will not oppose a declaration at the G8 summit that would limit global temperature increases to 2 degrees Celsius above preindustrial averages.



Harper arrived last night and travelled to the quakeshattered city of LAquila, where 300 people died in the April 6 tremor, and where the summit of the Group of Eight industrialized countries will be held.



Agreement on a limit to global temperature increases is believed to require tougher short and midterm actions by countries such as Canada to cut back on their greenhouse gases.



The Conservative government, though it endorses the fight against global warming, has postponed tough regulations on large industrial greenhouse gas emitters.



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Japan and Russia have opposed the 2degree limit favoured by the G8s European members: Britain, Germany, France and Italy. President Barack Obama, attending his first G8 summit the April G20 summit in London was focused on the economy, has not signalled the same willingness to embrace a 2degree limit. House of Representatives.



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Clare Demerse, policy analyst for the Pembina Institute thinktank, said the domestic target Canada has so far set a 50 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, using 2006 as a base year fall far short of those required for a 2degree trajectory.



In an analysis released a few days ago, Demerse said a declaration to formally adopt the 2degree limit would move the G8 decisively beyond the vague, longterm global emissions goal that members agreed to in 2008 to a goal that has real meaning for near, mid and longterm emissions.



Heating of the Earths atmosphere beyond 2 degrees Celsius, she argues, is a dangerous tipping point that would see more polar ice caps melt, the thawing of permafrost, release of potent greenhouse gases, warming of oceans, and a feedback loop of global warming.



This weeks G8 summit and additional meetings with developing countries such as China, India and Brazil, are being watched closely for the signals they send to larger global negotiations under the United Nations umbrella.



The UN talks are aimed at reaching a postKyoto climate change treaty, after the Kyoto Protocol expires in 2012. At last years summit, G8 leaders agreed to work towards the goal of halving their greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2050, but they did not agree on a baseline year. Critics said the commitment was all but meaningless.



Harper is accompanied on his Italy trip by his wife, Laureen, and children Ben and Rachel. He will have a private audience with Pope Benedict XVI on Saturday. balenciaga leather

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