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Extinction Rebellion Vancouver Aug 19
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Sarah Smith Aug 19
Great article: Canada’s LNG era officially begins via
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Blair King Aug 14
Replying to @bclnga @lngcanada and 3 others
I was made aware of this new study from a article by . Needless to say Dr. Howarth is once again making use of his expertise in Ecology to talk about LNG 2/
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Chris Alemany Aug 18
Replying to @Resource_Works
Maybe the reason for the spike in natural gas/methane emissions from the north american fracking and LNG industry is due to the state of the art equipment being used. 😬 That there equipment looks… worn.
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Patrick Muncaster Aug 16
China has countered U.S. economic aggression with 10% retaliatory tariffs on Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), a figure that will soon jump to 25%. This threatens a massive market for booming U.S. energy supplies
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Blair King 16h
Is shale gas a major driver of recent increases in global atmospheric methane? Not according to the most recent observational and satellite studies can help reduce global emissions
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Chris Alemany Aug 14
🚨 Newsweek: “FRACKING IN U.S. AND CANADA LINKED TO WORLDWIDE ATMOSPHERIC METHANE SPIKE” Hello! “The commercialization of shale gas and oil in the 21st century has dramatically increased global methane emissions.”
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ClimateChange Steves Jul 4
" is principally caused by extracting carbon from below ground & putting it in the atmosphere" Imagine the climate 65 million yrs.ago. It doesn't matter what carbon is "cleaner" coal, oil, or & includes &
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🇨🇦 Rally 4 Resources 🇨🇦 Mar 2
The majority of the protesters are caucasian people from other provinces & (see the graphic in the in the thread). They've been occupying MLA offices, threatening locals at the bridge and using the Wet'su'weten by training them with military tactics.
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Peter Milobar Jan 7
As a member of government, Minister Doug Donaldson has promised to uphold the law in BC - here he is siding with protestors at an illegal blockade.
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Constanza Pauchulo Jan 7
Good faith consultation & consent processes must include applicable Indigenous law. Band councils made agreements w , but under law, jurisdiction over the nation’s traditional territory lies w hereditary chiefs
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Patrick Muncaster Aug 14
One of the things Canada could do on is help selected countries train
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Chris Alemany Aug 11
They hope to have *one* LNG terminal by 2026. I hate to tell you this, it’s not happening. Demand is not going to rise. Save your time Mr. Kist. Enjoy your retirement. Or better yet, move to an industry with a future and be part of the solution.
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ChantelleBellrichard Aug 12
Community members + legal experts are concerned about provisions in a benefits agreement between a B.C. First Nation and a pipeline company that asks leadership to dissuade community members from speaking out against the project.
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Coastal GasLink Jan 10
is thankful that a peaceful resolution has been achieved with the Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs. Read Coastal GasLink President Rick Gateman’s statement here: .
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1KermodeBear Aug 18
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Paul de Jong Mar 6
Richard Mackintosh ⁦⁩ speaks to B.C. industry in advance of May 2019 ⁦⁩ conference
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Extinction Rebellion Vancouver Aug 10
Replying to @XRVancouverBC
"people have the right to rebel when a government fails to protect the lives and livelihood of its citizens"
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ChantelleBellrichard Aug 9
"If you think that the proponents' advisers and the proponent are fairly sophisticated, the fact that they're asking for that, I think, is unconscionable...I think it's illegal and contrary to the Charter," said lawyer Merle Alexander
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Paul de Jong May 21
Peter Dyball of PitCrew discussing models for skilled labour supply & demand for at Canada Gas and LNG Conference
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