The Canadian Press

2016-03-18 | Carbon Regulations

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The federal government has fleshed out how it proposes to measure the upstream greenhouse gas emissions resulting from new resource projects. In January, Ottawa announced federal project reviews will take into account the broader climate impacts of projects like pipelines and liquefied natural gas facilities. Erin Flanagan is with the Pembina Institute, an environmental think-tank. She says she'd like to have seen some discussion on how the regulations fit into the context of Canada's emissions reduction targets. (Interested parties have 30 days to comment.)

Date: 2016-03-18
Placeline: CALGARY.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 20 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << really the important work is to say if project a produces 10 megatons new emissions for Canada's inventory what does that mean in terms of the likelihood of success of the country hitting its reduction targets and God is where I can just needs to move >>