Apocalypse Not Yet

July 2012
Alberta Views;Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p22
An excerpt from the article "Paula Simons: Impact of Burning All Alberta's Oil Sands Negligible, Scientists Argue," in the February 21, 2012 issue of "Edmonton Journal" is presented.


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