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The oil industry isn't facing the coming reality of a low-carbon world, study argues.
Trudeau approved the Trans Mountain and Line 3 pipelines Tuesday.
When teenagers at a Vancouver high school demanded in a November 2013 open letter/petition that the Canadian Association
"This is no time to be making change to an unknown commodity."
Fewer than one-in-ten post-secondary graduates find oil and gas industry associations credible and trustworthy when it comes to carbon emissions. That shouldn't come as a huge surprise given that industry associations like the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers have fought new greenhouse gas regulations and successfully lobbied to weaken Canada's environmental laws.
Will Canada's biggest oil and gas lobby group get to rewrite key clauses of the Species At Risk act to weaken recovery plans
Once freed from the devastating tentacles of the transnational monopolies, Canadians will realize that it's time to call 911 on the corporatocracy. We might then recapture real democracy and freedom, rather than settle for their bankrupt facsimiles.
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers seems to be everywhere these days, selling the idea that the rapid development
Alberta's proposed oil and gas regulations are too ambitious and will hobble the Canadian industry's ability to compete, says
TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline will increase carbon emissions by the equivalent of 51 coal-fired power plants or 37 million