Climate test for resource projects would likely scuttle oilsands growth

Canadian Press: If Canada and the United States are serious about the climate commitments they made in Paris, they need to establish a common climate test for major resource projects that takes into account a low-carbon future, environmental groups said Tuesday. And they believe any such test is likely to rule out long-term infrastructure, such as pipelines, that leads to expansion of Canada's oil sands production. "It's incompatible to be talking about being a leader on climate change and adhering to international......

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