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Drilling Down: Groundwater Risks Imposed by In Situ Oil Sands Development By: Water Matters | By Juli a Ko and William F. Donahue Published: July 2011 Drilling Down: Groundwater Risks Imposed by In Situ Oil Sands Development provides clear, achievable recommendations for improving groundwater management, assessment and monitoring in the oil sands region. …

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Oil Spills and Vancouver’s Stanley Park By: Wilderness Committee | Rex Weyler Published: July 2012 Vancouver’s Stanley Park is one of the largest, most ecologically diverse urban parks on the planet. A rare gem situated at the heart of one of Canada’s major cities, the 1,000-acre park is home to huge trees, wildlife, …

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Petroleum Coke: The Coal Hiding in the Tar Sands By: Oil Change International | Lorne Stockman Published: December 2013 The Canadian tar sands have been called the ‚Äúmost environmentally destructive project on earth”, with good reason. Extracting tar sands bitumen from under the boreal forests of Alberta, Canada requires huge amounts of energy …