Redford argues Keystone XL controversy obscuring truth about Alberta's environmental record
There are 1 comment on the Edmonton Journal story from Apr 9, 2013, titled Redford argues Keystone XL controversy obscuring truth about Alberta's environmental record. In it, Edmonton Journal reports that:
The polarized debate over the Keystone XL pipeline and global warming overlooks the fact that you can build the pipeline and still reduce greenhouse gas emissions and be good stewards of the land, air and water, Premier Alison Redford told a Washington think tank Tuesday.
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#1 Apr 9, 2013
If Redford wants to argue based on Alberta's prime environmental record, shouldn't she start creating it first?
BS only takes you so far.
But "The most basic truth is that" liquid bitumen is extremely hard on even good pipelines and the most basic truth is that pipeline companies based in Calgary have a truly terrible record of maintaining their lines without leakage. It is never a question of if, but only of how often, and how much they lie about the size or the costs.
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