Alberta oil sands leading Canada’s emissions further off track from Paris target -data

Published 21:42 on April 16, 2019  /  Last updated at 21:50 on April 16, 2019  /  Americas, Canada, Climate Talks, International  /  No Comments

Canada’s economy-wide emissions rose in 2017 on the back of higher output in Alberta’s oil and gas sector, leading the country further away from hitting its GHG target under the UN Paris Agreement, according to government data released Monday.

Canada’s economy-wide emissions rose in 2017 on the back of higher output in Alberta’s oil and gas sector, leading the country further away from hitting its GHG target under the UN Paris Agreement, according to government data released Monday.

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