Canada sets 5% biofuels target by 2010
Federal, provincial governments to ‘move forward,’ closing gap on other countries that mandate ethanol, renewable fuels in gasoline
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Under fire from critics at home and overseas, the Canadian government has taken its first major step towards a “made-in-Canada” solution to greenhouse gas emissions by reaching an agreement with the 10 provinces to push ethanol content in gasoline to 5 percent by 2010 from today’s 0.5 percent.
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