Alberta: Probing profits from pollution
Provincial government and industry launch joint effort to evaluate economics of reducing carbon dioxide emissions into atmosphere
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
The Alberta government and its petroleum industry are trying to turn an environmental minus into an economic plus.
A joint study will try to figure out ways to turn a profit from carbon dioxide, which is the worst contributor to greenhouse gases and which some environmentalists have campaigned to ha....
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