British Columbia going ‘carbon neutral’
Shows way to Canadian provinces by targeting 33% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2020, but takes easier road than California
For Petroleum News
British Columbia’s resolve to outdo California in curbing greenhouse gas emissions has moved into high gear, with the tabling of legislation that Premier Gordon Campbell boasts has the “most aggressive” reduction targets in North America.
The trouble is, Campbell’s own Environment Minister Barry Pe....
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