February 27, 2013

Let's Do Canadian Hydro, Not Tar Sands

Mari Hernandez, Think Progress

Think Progress

Our neighbor to the north has an energy source that our nation has yet to fully utilize — and it’s not tar sands. Canadian hydropower has contributed to America’s clean energy economy, and has the potential to provide our nation with more clean energy. The question is: how can Canada and the United States strengthen this trade relationship?

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TAGGED: Hydropower, Canadian Imports, Keystone Pipeline, Tar Sands, Canadian Hydro, Canada


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