Climate change and the NS oil industry
Gas-powered facilities on the North Slope emit large amounts of carbon dioxide but reducing these emissions could prove very costly
Although climate change concerns in Alaska have tended to revolve around impacts such as coastal erosion and melting permafrost, the state administration has also been looking at the other side of the equation: the state’s contribution to world greenhouse gas emissions. And a review of greenhouse ga....
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