Rob Renner Minister of Environment

October 2011
Alberta Views;Oct2011, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p35
The article offers brief profile of Rob Renner, Minister of Environment in Alberta. It states that Renner was born on October 6, 1954 and has graduated from the University of Calgary in 1976. It says that his major responsibilities involve energy regulations, climate change response, and environmental reports.


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