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Matt Horne | If B.C.'s Pacific NorthWest LNG project is approved, it will become one of Canada's largest sources of carbon pollution. Environment Minister Catherine McKenna should reject it.
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Rafe Mair | If the B.C. NDP want any chance of winning the next election, they better get on the right side of history and embrace the Leap Manifesto, argues Rafe Mair.
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Brigette DePape | The site for the Petronas LNG terminal was chosen without the consultation of local First Nations and Skeena communities, and the Lax Kw'alaams First Nations voted against the proposed terminal.
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Marc Lee | The CCPA-BC have uncovered a pattern of misinformation about LNG, coming primarily from the government, which should be looking out for the public interest instead of blindly championing the industry.
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Marc Lee | As we look down the road towards an LNG industry that threatens to completely blow B.C.'s GHG targets, be wary of claims that offsets will absolve our carbon sins.
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Photo: Darwish welcomes audience to LNG Pipedreams forum.
Brent Patterson | On May 21, over 200 people packed an auditorium at SFU to hear a group of presenters speak about the dangers of LNG and fracking in B.C.
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Marc Lee | Is B.C. "doing the world a favour," as Christy Clark put it, by developing a liquefied natural gas export industry? Or is this just wishful thinking?
Columnists
Stephen Leahy | The B.C. Ministry of Environment stands by its "implausibly low" estimate of LNG methane leaks though an investigation revealed they were likely 7 times greater than the B.C. government is reporting.
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Marc Lee | Economist Marc Lee considers the implications -- both economic and environmental -- of the current infatuation with export LNG in his province.
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Iglika Ivanova | There's nothing in Christy Clark's recycled throne speech today to suggest that her new government intends to follow through on its commitment to address rising inequality or the climate crisis.
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Ben Parfitt | Christy Clark's B.C. government is set to gamble everything on liquified natural gas (LNG) -- but everything in the international fossil fuels market is about to change
Podcast
This Week on Media Mornings | This Week on Media Mornings, Vol. 13 covers Pakistan drone killings, fracking, missing women and Guatemalan junta.