Canada striving to protect oil sands
Environmental issues from development a concern; meeting GHG standards could make oil sands uncompetitive internationally
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With the environmental noose tightening, the Canadian and Alberta governments — two of the most resolute opponents of Kyoto-style limits on greenhouse gas emissions — are being forced to act in other ways to fend off a growing global campaign against the oil sands.
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