June 20, 2013

How to Solve Oil Sands' PR Problem

Lisa Ricciotti, Alberta Oil


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Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi wasn’t sure what to expect at his first World Economic Forum in January 2013. The invitation-only gathering brings some 2,500 dignitaries from around the world to Davos, Switzerland every year for high-level discussions in Europe’s highest city. Nenshi was one of only four mayors in the world to make the guest list this year.

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