Canada gropes through a Kyoto fog
Conservative government may look at long-term, made-in-Canada plan; may be cutting climate-control budgets by 40 percent
For Petroleum News
The Canadian government is tying itself in knots over Kyoto and environmentalists are more than eager to add to the tangle.
In the three months since they were elected, the Conservatives under Prime Minister Stephen Harper have sent out a succession of confusing and even conflicting messages.
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Scrap Kyoto, develop made-in-Canada plan
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