Yesterday was a red letter day for Canadian carbon emissions: Alberta officials and representatives of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers appeared at hearings in California to defend oil sands crude from a landmark low-carbon fuel standard that state may adopt. And Federal Environment Minister Jim Prentice assured the Calgary Herald that the Harper Tories will introduce a carbon pricing plan for Canada before we get to Copenhagen for an international climate change conference at the end of the year.
By the time we get to Copenhagen...
Prentice promises carbon pricing, even as California seems poised to target oil sands imports
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