Pipeline reforms ‘great step’ but don’t account for most emissions, say climate critics

Tyee: The Trudeau government's newly announced reforms to pipeline environmental assessments still fail to consider the impact of almost 90 per cent of resulting greenhouse gas emissions, climate experts have told The Tyee. The government announced a new interim assessment regime Wednesday, saying it will restore public confidence in much-criticized National Energy Board reviews. The major change will see a pipeline's upstream emissions included in the assessment. For a pipeline from Alberta's oil......

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