Six In Ten Canadians Support A Pipeline To Refineries In Eastern Canada
Since Environics began tracking public opinion about the Energy East pipeline in 2012, between 60% and 65% of Canadians have supported the proposal to convert existing natural gas pipelines to transport crude oil from the oil sands to refineries in Eastern Canada and for export.
a sizeable proportion of Canadians have not formed strong opinions on Energy East
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Businesses have businesslike motives, but they also have customers, owners, employees, investors and board members who are people - many of whom are concerned about climate change and its impacts. To succeed, businesses will need to consider the values of these audiences as they contemplate their next steps on the journey to net zero.
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