On Monday, Canada released its new plan to meet their greenhouse gas emissions targets. The plan includes a rule that states that "dirty" coal plants would be banned starting in 2012. This timeframe however is too short, according to Bob Stobbs of the Canadian Clean Power Coalition. He believes clean coal plants cannot be implemented because they have not even been demonstrated yet. The Canadian federal budget recently allotted $240 million to Saskatchewan for a carbon capture and storage project, but that project won’t be completed until 2015. Stobbs said, "Concern being that we have to invest in the technology to get it proven out. But in the short-term it's probably going to mean everybody's going to move to (natural) gas," due to the given timeline.