Oilsands: Desmond Tutu stresses quick action against controversial project

Canadian Press: South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu says he has come to Fort McMurray not as a “know-it-all” about climate change but hoping to be a catalyst for change. Tutu says he doesn’t want to tell Canadians what to do about the environment. But he told reporters in the northern Alberta oilsands city that the world is sitting on a powder keg if something isn’t done quickly. Tutu is in Fort McMurray for a two-day conference on aboriginal treaties and climate change. The archbishop, who won the Nobel Peace......

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