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Leila Darwish | The fight against fracking, fracked gas pipelines and LNG terminals is heating up in B.C. Resistance is on the rise -- communities in B.C. are mobilizing to take a stand against a fractured future.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | There are compelling reasons to stop TransCanada's proposed Energy East pipeline. We can now add higher heating bills and more U.S. imports of fracked gas to the list.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Roger Annis has just returned from an anti-war conference in Yalta, Crimea. He outlines the political changes in Kiev that led to the war now raging in Eastern Ukraine.
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Roger Annis | An assembly of writers and activists in British Columbia say that gas fracking, pipelines and gas liquefaction plants are a dead-end path for B.C. and Canada.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | A $400-billion agreement between China and Russia last week changed the global geopolitical landscape, signalling a new closeness between two major powers that have been distanced for decades.
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Emma Lui | If there is a consistent message from the Council of Canadian Academies report, it is this: we do not know enough about fracking.
RabbleTV
Roger Annis | Watch Roger Annis' talk "Oil, tar sands, coal, natural gas: What's behind the expansion drive of Canada's and North America's fossil fuel industries?"
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Roger Annis | TransCanada PipeLines wants to build Keystone XL and Energy East. Its safety record is questioned following the rupture of its gas pipeline in Manitoba.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The natural gas industry is growing rapidly in B.C. Much of the gas contains dangerous levels of hydrogen sulfide. A new report finds serious problems with current safety provisions.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Christy Clark won the last election in part on the promise of a natural gas industry that would create jobs and eliminate the provincial debt. It turns out to be more fantasy than hard economics.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | Officially, we're trying desperately to get off dirty coal and imported oil. Here's one way to do it, but we can't talk about it. Why?
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David Suzuki | B.C. is betting much of its future on liquefied natural gas. Considering all the problems and uncertainties, the odds don't look good.