Canada: With Keystone In Limbo, Alberta Launches Carbon Contest

Climate Central: The Canadian province of Alberta is home to the country's booming oil and gas industry, and is a key power base for Canada's Conservative Prime Minister, Stephen Harper. The rapid development of unconventional oil and gas resources, also known as "oil sands,' in Alberta has turned that province into an engine of economic growth in Canada, and has led to controversy in the U.S. Domestically, Alberta is perhaps best known as the origin of the controversial Keystone-XL Pipeline, which would transport......

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