Company’s plan and spotty environmental record is creating tension in Pictou.
Environment minister confident goals will be reached by working with industry, communities, residents.
Yes, but with some alternate facts and baloney on the side.
187 million tonnes away from commitment to get emissions to at least 30% less than they were in 2005 by 2030.
Timeline too challenging for automakers, will work with NHTSA on new standards.
$50 million of the total set aside for Indigenous communities, SMEs, non-profits and small municipalities.
As much as 30% more bitumen could be stuffed into existing pipelines if it is partially refined.
Saskatchewan and New Brunswick are the two provinces that could be immediately affected.
Goal is to cut them at least 80% compared with 2005 levels by 2050.
New monitoring system equipment measures plant emissions every 10 seconds.
Report shows global carbon emissions will reach a record high in 2017.
Plan includes investment incentives, expansion and standardization of charging stations Europe-wide.
Will require fuel producers to reduce the carbon intensity of their products.
But Canadian refineries are among the most likely to remain open as they pay less for the oil sands crude they use.
Angel Gurria notes a willingness to reduce emissions but falling far short of targets.