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Poll Finds Canadians Expect Decisive Government Climate Action

Originally published on the ECOreport. What do the people of Canada think? The oil rich provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan want to build more pipelines to carry diluted bitumen from the oil sands. The Liberal government of British Columbia dreams of  developing a “trillion dollar” LNG opportunity. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appears to be appeasing them, [&hellip Poll Finds Canadians Expect Decisive Government Climate Action was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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