Posted September 25, 2018 06:13:48 It is estimated that Alberta’s oil sands have contributed to climate change by releasing more than 100,000 metric tons of CO2 into the atmosphere each year, a figure that the Alberta government has yet to publicly confirm.

The province is currently considering a number of measures to address the problem.

What is CO2?

CO2 is a greenhouse gas that is created when a substance, such as water or carbon dioxide, reacts with air.

For the purposes of this article, we are assuming that the CO2 that is produced by burning fossil fuels in Alberta is CO3.

CO2 emissions are responsible for the warming of the planet, but emissions from Alberta’s oilsands are a significant part of that warming.

What are the sources of CO 2 in Alberta?

The world’s largest producer of fossil fuels, Alberta’s energy sector has been largely responsible for global warming for decades, with the majority of the province’s greenhouse gas emissions coming from the oil sands.

The oil sands were discovered in the late 1960s by Canadian oil giant Enbridge.

The company was forced to sell its rights to the oil fields, which became the province of Alberta.

In 1997, Enbridge bought a 20 percent stake in Suncor Energy, which in turn acquired a controlling interest in Sunmetals.

Sunmetal eventually became the largest oil sands producer in Canada.

What does CO2 do to the atmosphere?

As CO2 enters the atmosphere, it has the ability to increase greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere and the water cycle.

As this process takes place, CO2 can build up in the oceans and in soil, where it is carried in precipitation and sinks to the ground.

What causes the rise in atmospheric CO2 levels?

CO 2 is formed when carbon dioxide from fossil fuels is broken down by photosynthesis into a compound called nitrous oxide (N2O).

When this process occurs, CO 2 builds up in a variety of locations on the Earth’s surface.

Some of these locations are relatively shallow, such in the Arctic, where water is more abundant, and others are deep, such at the poles and the equator, where there is a higher concentration of water.

The increased CO 2 concentration in the polar regions and the increased levels of N2O in the tropics are thought to be a result of the fact that they are both oceanic and temperate regions.

These changes are not necessarily harmful, but some of the more significant changes in the global carbon cycle can have profound impacts on climate.

Where is the largest concentration of CO02 in the world?

As the world gets warmer, the amount of CO² emitted per unit of temperature rises.

CO 2 concentrations rise in a wide range of locations, but the highest concentration is found in the central Atlantic Ocean, in the area where the temperature gradient is widest.

This region is thought to have a particularly high level of greenhouse gas pollution.

Where does the oil industry get its CO2 from?

The largest CO2 source in the oil sector is from the oilsands itself.

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers estimates that about two-thirds of the CO 2 emissions in the oilsand sector come from Alberta, while the rest comes from other countries.

How can Alberta cut down on its emissions?

Alberta is committed to reducing its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and has set a target of cutting emissions in half by 2025.

In recent years, Alberta has implemented several measures to reduce the amount that it produces from the Alberta oilsands.

In January 2018, Alberta was the first province to pass legislation to phase out coal-fired electricity generation, in a move that will save up to $6.6 billion over the next 20 years.

In October 2018, the province signed an agreement with Shell to reduce emissions by 20 percent in 2019.

In 2018, oil production dropped from an estimated 5.8 million barrels per day (bpd) to about 3.3 million bpd, and in 2017, the oil and gas industry produced about a quarter of its oil.

How long will it take for Alberta to meet its target?

Alberta’s targets are set to expire in 2026.

While the province has committed to a target reduction of its emissions by 40 percent over the course of the next 25 years, it is expected that it will take until 2034 to achieve this goal.

How many people in Alberta have died as a result?

Alberta has a population of around 1.6 million people, but it is believed that at least 5,000 people died from CO2-related causes in the province during the year.

The number of CO-related deaths has been steadily increasing in recent years.

Over the course, between 2010 and 2016, the number of people with CO2 related deaths in Alberta increased by around 30 percent.

Where do the CO- related deaths happen?

CO-1 deaths are