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Alan Crook 14h
That's like turning gold into lead, er, sludge.
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Ecojustice 10h
The National Energy Board will limit non-Indigenous witnesses to written evidence as it works to conclude a reconsideration of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion within the tight deadline set by the federal government. -
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David Nickarz Oct 14
Our federal government still gives $3.2 billion per year in oil subsidies. They bought a dud of a pipeline for billions and want to spend billions more on a new one when the need to be contracted and phased out.
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Mike Hudema Oct 12
There are seven countries already at, or very, near 100% . So why are we talking about pipelines again? RT if you want panels not pipelines.
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Mike Hudema Oct 13
We can literally roll out panels like a rug. Why are we still talking about coal and pipelines? Let's get moving! RT if its time to go .
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Jim Harris Oct 13
POWERFUL! Infographic On Benefits Of Investing v Wasting $200B On Fossil Fuels: Saving drivers $2,500/yr in gas, & not WASTING $4.5B of our taxpayers $$ on pipeline
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Mike Hudema Oct 14
These panels use the sun to make water. Solutions are everywhere. Let's stop wasting time and go .
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nancy180 Oct 11
Hey, these companies are loaded. But... Canadian mining and oil don’t clean up either. They take their billions and run. Will ever clean up tar sands stinking disgrace ? Nope. She’ll retire on fat pension like
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Mike Hudema 1h
The majority of new car purchased in Norway are hybrids or electric vehicles. By 2020 they'll be more than 400,000 of them. We have solutions to the crisis it's time to implement them.
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Alan Crook Oct 9
That is simply not true. We're responsible for about 2.5% of them. It's obvious from the IPCC that everyone must do their part. What if 9 others like Canada said the same as you? That's 25% of the total emissions. Is that NOTHING?
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Eric Doherty Oct 10
Replying to @stickers66
Another barge fire??? What happened to Canada's wonderful marine safety standards (that ensure nothing bad will ever happen w LNG or bilbit tankers)?
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aerial settler Oct 10
hey i noticed your paid YouTube add deliberatley refrained from words like tar sands, crude oil, catastropic climate change, global warming, or unceded indigenous lands...
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Stan Klima Oct 14
HMM. . . "defending energy infrastructure" was included in every post 9/11 omnibus "anti-terrorism" legislation. Almost like this event was used by oil powers to consolidate their hold on future generations by criminalizing dissenters. . . Just. Like. We. Said.
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Andrew Langdon 🌊 Oct 10
Replying to @Wilkinson4BC
There us little to no gain to BC’s economy by allowing the Serene Sea to be loaded with diluted bitumen out of Westridge and sailed to China, through the Burrard Inlet and our coast ahead of the promised spill response. Booms and skimmers werent what was promised!
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David Nickarz Oct 10
Yup, no more room in the carbon budget for this nonsense.
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Stan Klima Oct 13
Huh? Elizabeth May has proven herself to be every bit as captive as every other scambag in Ottawa. Virtue signalling on Burnaby Mountain on one hand, and a pocket stroke for with the other. And let's not get started on
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nancy180 Oct 13
Replying to @cathmckenna
Yes, and leaking pipelines , explosive events, polluted water costs a lot too.
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Sierra Club BC Oct 10
"Greenlighting the $40-billion project, pushing for the pipeline expansion and softening carbon pricing are all inconsistent with the 's recommendations."
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Mike Hudema 13h
Just 100 companies responsible for 71% of global emissions, study says: We know who's responsible for this crisis. It's time to hold them accountable for it. .
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Muskrat Falls Civil Rights Movement 18h
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