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Opinion | BY AARON COSBEY | December 7, 2020
Canadian discussions on the future of oil quickly descend to partisan polemics, with the environmental community arguing that climate change realities mean we need to leave it in the ground, and the oil patch arguing that it’s better that we produce it than our unethical global competitors. One way forward may be to think about the oil sector through an industrial policy lens, writes Aaron Cosbey. The Hill Times file photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY AARON COSBEY | December 7, 2020
Opinion | BY AARON COSBEY | December 7, 2020
Canadian discussions on the future of oil quickly descend to partisan polemics, with the environmental community arguing that climate change realities mean we need to leave it in the ground, and the oil patch arguing that it’s better that we produce it than our unethical global competitors. One way forward may be to think about the oil sector through an industrial policy lens, writes Aaron Cosbey. The Hill Times file photograph by Jake Wright