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View Resource Oil Sands: Destroyer or Savior?

The vast, gooey mixture of clay, sand, water and, most notably, bitumen ? a hydrocarbon paste that, with a fair amount of work, can be separated from the granular stuff and eventually refined into a...

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/07/business/global/07iht-gree...
View Resource Will Canada's Tar Sands Destroy the Global Climate?

Further development of Alberta's famous oil sands will be neither the climate disaster that activists fear nor the energy security panacea that proponents suggest it is, the Council on Foreign...

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=canada-tar-...
View Resource Canada's Tar Sands May BeJust Too Dirty

Capturing and storing some of the carbon that would be released in the processing of Canada's tar sands may not clean the industry up. To turn the vast but dirty resource into useable oil, Canada...

http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn18044-canadas-tar-sand...
View Resource Field Manual for Water Quality Sampling

This field manual is intended to serve as a field reference guide for the collection of water quality samples from surface water and ground water. More detailed information can be found in reference...

http://www.ag.arizona.edu/AZWATER/publications/handbook/engl...
View Resource Beyond Neutrality: Moving Your Company Toward Climate Leadership

The certainty of climate change, and the attendant need for both mitigation and adaptation, has led most forward-looking companies to begin actively managing their carbon footprint, in some cases...

http://www.bsr.org/reports/BSR_Beyond-Neutrality.pdf
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