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The summit has been fraught with delays and problems in the past.
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Waitaminute. Was that a swipe at Canada?
Obama's decision will have major implications for Canada, especially in the context of a recent Nature study that found that in order to hold the planet's temperatures to 2 degrees Celsius of warming Canada needs to leave 99 per cent of tar sands underground.
The steam engine is a remarkable thing. Just keep it topped up with glorious amounts of coal and watch the train chug down that track. Speaking of coal, it's also great for keeping the lights on. Now...
On Tuesday, President Obama made it clear that a safe future for our children and climate comes first. While Canada used to be able to duck and hide behind the United States when it came to failing to act on climate change, with the U.S. stepping forward, Canada is now alone in its refusal to take climate change seriously.
President Obama's climate action announcement yesterday relies heavily on carbon capture and storage technology eventually paying off as a commercially viable option. But carbon capture and storag...
WASHINGTON — Authorities should only approve TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline if they're certain it won't "significantly exacerbate'' greenhouse gas emissions, U.S. President Barack Obama said Tuesd...
WASHINGTON - Environmental groups hailed President Barack Obama's warning about climate change, but said the president's words will soon be tested as he decides whether to approve the Keystone XL oil...