The Canadian government has approved amendments to the Canadian Environmental Protection Act to develop regulations that would mandate a 5% renewable content in gasoline by 2010 and 2% renewable content in diesel fuel and heating oil by 2012. The government says its renewable fuels strategy will reduce greenhouse-gas emissions to the equivalent of taking 1 million cars off of Canadian roads, enough to stretch a solid line of vehicles from Montreal to Vancouver. “The government of Canada ...
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