Dilemmas (Part 1)

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Back to book. Direct Citizen Participation: Challenges and Dilemmas. In return for pipeline approval, Alberta has imposed a price on carbon emissions within the province and has agreed to phase out its coal-fired thermal power plants.

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Alberta believes its economic future remains tied to the oil sands and shipments of its products out of the country to world markets. The end of being landlocked means the end of American dependency.

It means Alberta can get world pricing. It means more oil being produced from the oil sands resource.

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And it means a provincial revenue windfall from taxes on output. There is a problem when an economy has most of its eggs in one big basket and a few small ones elsewhere. That is an apt description for Alberta.


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Each of these is a state-of-the-art business that could in time replace the jobs and revenues currently produced by the oil sands. But unfortunately, changing the Alberta economic paradigm from fossil-fuel to low-carbon-solution technologies seems to be far from the minds of those in the boardrooms or political offices of the province. The conflict over Trans Mountain is likely to produce no winners among federal, provincial, First Nation, and municipal governments, the principal parties to the conflict. For those of you who are readers from outside Canada, I promise to keep you informed about the outcome of this kerfuffle.

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