Tar Sands = Climate Change

The expansion of the Alberta Tar Sands has been the biggest obstacle in Canada to addressing the climate crisis: since 1990, Tar Sands expansion has represented close to half of the total rise in Canada’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Yet governments are still today allowing the Tar Sands to expand even more—a 50% increase in production coming in the next few years. But Tar Sands expansion can’t happen without new outlets.

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