62 per cent of Albertans favor slower growth to curb CO2

A new poll suggests Alberta’s Conservatives are offside with most Albertans with their long-range plan for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, but they’re likely to be re-elected anyway.

The Leger telephone survey, commissioned by the Edmonton Journal and Calgary Herald, suggests 57 per cent of Albertans believe the Tory government is not doing enough to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

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