May 2016, Vol. 243, No. 5

Features

Will Canada Ever Build Another Pipeline?

It seems hard to believe, but we may never build another pipeline in Canada. A nation whose wealth is closely tied to resources seems to have suddenly decided that economic stagnation is preferable to any project that might – and I stress the word might – have a negative effect on the environment. If this is what we collectively believe, then we will presumably be content with the consequences. But is this approach really in our national best interest? Or are there solutions that enable us to do our part in combating climate change without stifling the growth prospects of one of our major industries? Canada has been richly endowed with hydrocarbon resources. If responsively developed and m

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