Albertans want tighter oil sands enforcement
Pembina Institute poll finds 60% of 18,000 respondents say the province must do more to enforce environmental rules.
Albertans support carbon tax and are willing to pay it
Survey suggests there’s even more support if the money collected were for a specific purpose, such as emissions technologies.
Alberta working with US, UK on climate policy
Environment minister Shannon Phillips said the world’s approach to energy is changing and Alberta must change with it.
NB premier optimistic national energy strategy will be reached
Gallant said such a strategy would be a catalyst for projects like the proposed Energy East pipeline.
Alberta tweaks GHG rules, more substantive changes coming
Large emitters will now be expected to cut their emissions by 20% per unit of production by 2017.
Alberta won't appeal ruling on oilsands hearing review decision
The Oilsands Environmental coalition says it will resubmit its application.
Oil sands boom brings economic risks: Pembina report
Governments need to mitigate risks and regional disparities associated with rapid oilsands expansion, institute says.
Ottawa challenges EU fuel quality directive that targets oil sands
Ottawa challenges EU fuel quality directive that targets oil sands.
Oil and gas GHG emissions must fall by 42% to meet target: report
Pembina Institute says that’s only going to happen if upcoming federal regulations go much farther than those already in place.