Unconventional Risks: An investor response to Canada’s Oil Sands

A report by The Ethical Funds Company

A headlong rush to develop the oil sands in Alberta, Canada is creating a unique set of complex environmental and social impacts that bring risks to energy companies and their investors. Technologies are emerging that could reduce, if not eliminate, some of the impacts – but project development is outpacing mitigation capacity. What’s going on in the oil sands, and what questions should institutional investors be asking the oil sands companies they own?

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