Keystone would ‘significantly’ boost oil-sands emissions: Report

Globe and Mail: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has handed new ammunition to President Barack Obama in his battle against Congress over the proposed Keystone XL pipeline from Canada. In a letter released Tuesday, the EPA disputed a key contention made by pipeline supporters – including the Harper government – that approving the project would have no impact on greenhouse gas emissions. Mr. Obama has said he would not approve the long-delayed pipeline if it would result in significant new amounts of carbon......

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