Canada Touts Carbon Pollution Cuts as Keystone XL Pressure Builds

FuelFix: Pressure is building on Canada to find ways to lower its climate pollution in a bid to smooth the way for the Obama administration`s approval of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. But Canada`s ambassador to the U.S., Gary Doer, stressed Thursday that the country is already working to cut greenhouse gas emissions - often in concert with the United States. In a meeting with reporters arranged by the American Petroleum Institute, Doer laid out a laundry list of Canada`s environmental achievements:......

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