Land reclamation by developers of the Canadian oil sands and environmental regulation by the Alberta and Canadian governments are not keeping pace with the rapid rate of land disturbance and project development, according to an expert panel commissioned by the Royal Society of Canada.
However, the panel also found that oil sands production has limited impact on the local environment and people.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed a new set of rules that has American industrial corporations running scared.
For a number of years, notes ecologist and UC Santa Barbara Professor Emeritus Daniel B.
This is the second part of my Q & A with Emerging Energy Research's founder William Ambrose.