Canadian leaders traded barbs on Monday about the future of the nation’s natural gas and oil at international conferences in Calgary and in New York City

At the World Petroleum Conference in Calgary, Alberta Premier Danielle Smith repeated a vow to cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions but said the province’s gas and oil production was unlikely to decline at a pace to reach a net-zero emissions target of 2050. 

Meanwhile, at the Climate Week conference In New York, Canada Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault repeated pledges of stern action against greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. Canada’s Energy Minister Jonathan Wilkinson echoed Guilbeault in Calgary.

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