05.03.2009 - Canada, U. S. join in $7bln plan for carbon
From Nationalpost.com: Canada and the United States will ensure there is co-ordination and no duplication in $7-billion worth of technology projects -- $3.5-billion on each side of the border -- aimed at reducing carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants and the Alberta oil sands, Jim Prentice, the Environment Minister, said yesterday. He made the comment during a news conference in Washington, where he announced Canada-U. S. government working groups will be established to follow up on the "clean-energy dialogue" agreed to during U. S. President Barack Obama's recent meetings with Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Ottawa..... Full Article: Source A SQUARE’s recent webinar on carbon-led investing - with voice-over (which non-A SQUARE subscribers can purchase individually) can be accessed here: http://www.opalesque.com/asquare/509/Webinar_Carbon_Led_Investing.html