Critical List: Canadian minister hates tar-sands opposition; airlines charge for free carbon permits
Canada's natural resources minister is not happy that all of you with your "radical ideological agenda" think Canada's turning into a creepy petrostate.
Japan is releasing those three whaling activists who boarded a Japanese whaling vessel.
Carbon emissions are delaying the next ice age.
Even though they're getting E.U. carbon permits for free initially, airlines are already charging passengers for the "extra" cost.
Oil companies are paying penalties for not blending cellulosic ethanol into their products — even though cellulosic ethanol isn’t commercially available yet. (This is sort of absurd but it’s hard to drum up sympathy for oil companies having to pay costs they shouldn’t be responsible for. HOW’S IT FEEL, GUYS)
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