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Ben Parfitt
Hmm. So we all drive more electric cars, and over the same timeframe BC drills, , liquefies and exports more natural gas than at any point in its history. How, exactly, does this result in reduced global greenhouse gas emissions?
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RipsRant 21 Nov 18
Replying to @BenParfittCCPA
Taking the asbestos model
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4FutureSake🇨🇦#IStandWithJKR 21 Nov 18
It is the selling of that is being regulated, not the driving of them on our roads.
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Jenny Hagan LostInSk 21 Nov 18
Let’s not forget all the oil it takes to actually make these cars 🙄🙄
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Brock Nanson 21 Nov 18
It's pure carbon-accounting porcine-husbandry...
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Nat🇨🇦 21 Nov 18
Hey! You have a really good point. But let’s give them a hi five for making one good bold announcement today.
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Douglas Tingey 22 Nov 18
Replying to @BenParfittCCPA
Simple answer really. It doesn't. Nor does federal purchase of Kindermorgan.
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Jeremy Keith Sellors 1 Dec 18
Replying to @BenParfittCCPA
We could be heating our homes, using autonomous EVs and trucks from electricity generated from natural gas with zero CO2 emissions. Liquified pipeline grade CO2 is useful. I hope we don’t give all our LNG gas away while being stuck with formation CO2 venting.
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Jens Wieting 20 Nov 18
Replying to @BenParfittCCPA
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Lefty Takes 21 Nov 18
At this point in this madness the only hope is global carbon taxes become so high that these projects are cancelled.
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