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Dalhousie converts to natural gas

Province invests $1.4 million for university climate change plan

Nova Scotia is investing $1.4 million to help Dalhousie University implement its climate change plan, the Canadian Press is reporting. The funding will be used to assist the university in converting from heating oil to natural gas. The plan will reduce carbon dioxide emissions and eliminate sulphur and particulate emissions. The government says the move is part of its plan to bulk up Nova Scotia’s natural gas network.

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