Oilpatch employees are working to cut costs, but the oilsands industry is also facing an unprecedented threat from a new type of pollution, one that can’t be quantified but can be detected.
The new type is called carbon dioxide.
And it’s bad news for the oilsand industry, and for people in communities around the world who depend on them.
Oilpatch workers are working at home, or in their cars, and they’re wearing face masks and driving with airbags.
The chemicals used in oil extraction are highly polluting, and the oils and their products, which are made from natural gas, are the backbone of the global economy.
But it’s just the beginning.
The first signs of a warming planet are coming as carbon dioxide is rising, and that can be a big problem for oil companies and their customers.
Oil companies are already dealing with the effects of climate change.
It’s already affecting their bottom lines, their ability to keep their employees healthy and safe, and their ability not to pollute the environment.
We’ve heard about it all before.
The biggest carbon dioxide emissions in the world come from China, Canada and Mexico, according to a recent study by the Union of Concerned Scientists.
Canada is responsible for nearly half the world’s emissions, and Mexico is responsible to a lesser extent.
Canada also accounts for nearly a third of global emissions, but it’s far from alone.
The U.S. has the most carbon dioxide emission per capita in the industrialized world, and Canada, the U.K., France, Germany and Brazil are some of the biggest emitters of carbon dioxide per capita.
Carbon dioxide emissions from oil, gas and coal-fired power plants have also risen significantly over the last few years, and more and more power plants are burning less coal and gas, which in turn is creating a problem for the climate.
The problem is that this is a rapidly increasing pollutant that can take decades to phase out.
Even though CO2 is not a greenhouse gas, its presence in the atmosphere affects our climate.
It causes clouds to form, and its greenhouse effect is one of the main drivers of weather.
So if the greenhouse effect continues to grow, it could lead to more extreme weather, and it could make the climate more vulnerable to the consequences of climate warming.
In other words, the more greenhouse gases we put into the atmosphere, the hotter it will get.
And that could make our lives even harder.
The worst-case scenario, if all we do is burn fossil fuels for the rest of the century, is that we’ll have to deal with temperatures of as much as 2 degrees Celsius above preindustrial times, the hottest ever recorded.
That’s higher than any other place on Earth.
If we do that, we’re essentially saying we’re going to burn up a lot of our resources in the next century.
We’ll have a lot more energy costs to pay for, and our economic and environmental future could be even more uncertain.
It would also mean a lot less oil in the future.
The average oil price right now is about $60 a barrel, and if you add in the costs of climate pollution, that’s about $100 a barrel.
As we continue to use more and better fossil fuels, the consequences are not limited to the fossil fuels themselves.
The greenhouse effect, which has a negative impact on our climate, can be amplified if we put our emissions in other ways.
For example, we put more CO2 into the air than the planet emits.
That means more COII gets absorbed by the oceans and can become trapped and accumulate in the oceans.
That can make the ocean warmer, and therefore more acidic, and could lead, over time, to the destruction of coral reefs.
It can also lead to sea level rise.
And so the ocean can’t absorb all of the CO2 from the atmosphere and it’s even worse in the Arctic.
In the end, the impact on the climate can be devastating.
In addition to the COII from burning fossil fuels and the greenhouse effects, oil companies are also polluting the atmosphere with carbon monoxide.
This is a byproduct of fossil fuel combustion, and is a major contributor to the smog in some parts of the world.
It also contributes to air pollution in some cities.
Some companies are even drilling in the ground to release the gases.
But the industry has been slow to adapt to the fact that its emissions are changing, and to stop.
The oilpatch has also been slow in getting on board with a carbon pricing system that would help slow emissions and reduce costs.
And we’re not alone in having to deal not just with climate change, but with air pollution.
In fact, we have one of our biggest environmental challenges.
The most dangerous pollutant in the entire atmosphere is carbon monoxy.
It is a very small molecule.
It has a very high carbon content, and so if you