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January 26, 2008



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Nice article, i'd be interested in keeping up with more of your work!

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50% is great, I think Canada is doing such a good job with working on their regulations.

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I love that Canada seems to really be proactive in helping the environment and in trying to find alternative forms of energy!

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What are oil-sands development?

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Cutting down by half is amazing, why can't we implement plans like this in the US?

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We should follow in Canada's footsteps and work towards cutting our gas emissions, too!

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Is this happening only in Alberta or other parts of Canada as well?

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The new President will have to embrace this exact plan if the United States is to avoid economic catastrophe.

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