The Alberta government has named the members of a panel to advise it on how the oilsands can meet its greenhouse gas
The Oilsands Advisory Group will have representatives from industry, First Nations and environmental groups and have three co-chairs.
The group will advise the government on how best to implement the 100-megatonne cap on emissions on the industry.
It will also look at technological innovation and effective ways to address regional environmental concerns.
The group will be led by David Collyer, former head of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.
Melody Lepine of the Mikisew Cree First Nation and Tzeporah Berman, a longtime environmental activist and professor of
environmental studies at York University, are also co-chairs.