Regulation & Policy

In case you missed it, 100 leading scientists last week called for a moratorium on oil sands development, arguing as Thomas Homer-Dixon, a professor at the Balsillie School of International Affairs at the University of Waterloo, did that “further oil sands growth is not consistent” with “avoiding dangerous climate change.” The conference call with many of the scientists involved also explored some of the possibilities open to the new Alberta government to reduce its emissions while also transitioning to a low carbon economy.

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