By Richard Cairney   June 17, 2013 Edmonton—A new national research program established at the University of Alberta Faculty of Engineering strengthens the ability of industry and government to make evidence-based decisions about energy pathways and resources while finding ways to conserve water and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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