Why sensible climate change policy is a no-brainer for the oilsands industry

Op-ed - April 2, 2013 - By Jennifer Grant

Published in Oilsands Review (April 2013)

The resurgence of vocal opposition in the United States to the proposed Keystone XL pipeline this spring has left many on this side of the border wondering what all the fuss is about.

And it is surprising, considering the approval of pipeline infrastructure that would have been considered routine a decade ago has become a flashpoint for public action in support of stronger climate action.

Read the full op-ed.

Oilsands review article cover pageThis article originally appeared in the April 2013 issue of Oilsands Review.


Jennifer Grant
Jennifer Grant

Jennifer Grant was the Pembina Institute's associate regional director for Alberta and the North until 2013, and former director of the Institute's oilsands program.


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