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As such a consultation takes time, emergency-related issues may be excluded. To foster the development of Canada’s energy sector in the coming decade, large investments are needed in oil sands, gas pipelines, electricity generation and transmission. Many of these new investments will take place in newer 4. Amongst Aboriginal people are First Nations, who have Indian ethnic origins. Aboriginal communities encompass Inuit, Métis as well as Indian peoples. 5. e. territorial lands, offshore, national parks, etc.

Their share is more than twice as large in Canada than in OECD countries on average. 49 4 Figure 8 CO2 Emissions by Fuel*, 1973 to 2001 600 500 400 Gas Oil Million tonnes of CO2 300 Coal 200 100 0 1973 1975 1977 1979 1981 1983 1985 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 * estimated using the IPCC Sectoral Approach. Source: CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion, IEA/OECD Paris, 2003. Figure 9 CO2 Emissions by Sector*, 1973 to 2001 600 Other 500 Residential 400 Million tonnes of CO2 Transport 300 Manuf.

The transition to a less emission-intensive economy will, however, negatively affect certain sectors and regions more than others, creating specific political and economic challenges. The challenge is greater because of the rapid expansion of energy production and exports. Since some provinces are clearly more emission-intensive than others, it is not surprising that ratification of the Kyoto Protocol in December 2002 was carried out without unanimous support of the provinces. Alberta released a Climate Change Action Plan in October 2002 which focuses on an emissions intensity reduction approach and does not recognise the Kyoto Protocol framework or absolute emissions targets.

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