July 5, 2014

Canada's Big, Ugly Environmental Problem

Jordan Larson, Pacific Standard

The Associated Press

Our neighbor to the north’s once-celebrated record of environmental science research and climate change policy has been thoroughly turned on its head over the past decade. And tense negotiations over the Keystone XL pipeline may have damaged Canada’s relationship with the U.S.

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