‘Green’ rules won’t harm economy
Canada’s environment minister assures oil patch leaders new strategy will start with ‘intensity-based’ targets
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The Canadian government will not impose absolute caps on greenhouse gas emissions, GHGs, when it unveils a new “green” plan, but major industries will face emissions targets, senior federal cabinet ministers told the petroleum industry Feb. 9.
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