OTTAWA, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Canada aims to propose new greenhouse gas emissions targets for key industries, including oil and gas, by this spring for implementation in 2010-2015, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Friday. The minority Conservative government has already promised to cap greenhouse gas emissions by major polluters, but not until sometime between 2020 and 2025. In a first phase of the plan, it will set targets for greenhouse gases based on how intense those emissions are, ...
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