12 Jun '11, 4am

Canada gets 1st, 2nd & 3rd place in Fossil awards at UN climate talks; for tar sands, Kyoto and lying - CAN #environment

Now guess which sector Canada decided not to report on in its most recent National Inventory Report? Yes, that would be the tar sands again...How could Canada’s government leave out such a crucial sector, you may ask? Well, when Canadian journalists did some digging, they found that tar sands emissions were higher than ever last year. We can’t let Canada’s oil-loving government slide off the hook for that little slip-up. For their tarry approach to transparency, we award Canada today’s first place fossil.

Full article: http://www.climatenetwork.org/fossil-of-the-day/fossil-ha...

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