Turner, Chris
July 2011
Alberta Views;Jul/Aug2011, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p30
The article offers author's insights on the development of tar sands or oil sands in Alberta. It notes that instead of selling out these oil reserves for a mere short-term gain, it will be better to use it to build infrastructure of a sustainable energy system. It implies that Alberta will lead its people on the world map of the 21st century by how it manages its energy situation. It tells that while tarsands can be a curse if not tend properly, it can also be a blessing to Canada and Alberta.


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