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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 The Oil Sands Story

The oil sands story is one that describes one of the largest oil deposits in the world and identifies its future possibilities. Pioneers had a vision of the commercial applications of this incredible...

http://www.oilsandsdiscovery.com/oil_sands_story/story.html
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 The Great Lakes, the Pulp and Paper Industry, and ECF

Documents a history of environmental protection that keeps on flowing. Discusses in brief the ECF success story in the Great Lakes Region and how the international pulp and paper industry responded...

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View Resource Chlorine Dioxide: A Single Atom Makes all the Difference

Small changes in molecular structure can generate very large differences in effect. In papermaking, the switch from molecular chlorine gas to chlorine dioxide -- a seemingly small change on the...

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