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Uniting the Grassroots Environmental Movement
Feb 16 '12
Eight Nobel Peace Prize laureates have written to European Heads of  State and Ministers of the Environment urging them to tackle the most  climate polluting sources of transport fuel, notably tar sands.
“Tar sands oil is the dirtiest of all, it emits 23 percent more  greenhouse gas emissions than conventional oil,” said Darek Urbaniak,  extractive industries campaigner for Friends of the Earth Europe. “Tar  sands also do untold damage to the environment and wildlife and threaten  indigenous communities around the globe. If the EU doesn’t put the  proper policies in place it will be equally responsible for the damage  caused by tar sands.”
http://ecowatch.org/2012/eight-nobel-laureates-join-forces-in-eu-climate-push/

Eight Nobel Peace Prize laureates have written to European Heads of State and Ministers of the Environment urging them to tackle the most climate polluting sources of transport fuel, notably tar sands.

“Tar sands oil is the dirtiest of all, it emits 23 percent more greenhouse gas emissions than conventional oil,” said Darek Urbaniak, extractive industries campaigner for Friends of the Earth Europe. “Tar sands also do untold damage to the environment and wildlife and threaten indigenous communities around the globe. If the EU doesn’t put the proper policies in place it will be equally responsible for the damage caused by tar sands.”

http://ecowatch.org/2012/eight-nobel-laureates-join-forces-in-eu-climate-push/

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