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Torrance Coste 11m
Oh well we should probably just spend the next two years trying to circumvent Indigenous consent and our duty to protect endangered species so we can build another right ?
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Mike Hudema Sep 13
Heartbreaking. Malnourished 3-year old orca J50 'Scarlet' has died: There are now only 74 southern resident orcas left. We must do more to protect this iconic species. 400 tankers won't help
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John K. Holmes 23m
Please tell us you are paying attention to the international oil trade. It would seem your plans to expand the is literally a pipe dream. Drop the old, and go with the future, go green.
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rhodogal Sep 17
"Trans Mountain’s 15,000 construction workforce jobs are a scam. The more realistic figure is less than 20 per cent that size. " It seems nobody checked the math. ⁦
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Mike Hudema Sep 15
In France all new rooftops must be covered in plants or panels: In Canada, used $4.5 billion in public money to buy a pipeline. RT if you want panels not pipelines
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Derek Costantino Sep 12
It doesnt’ matter if the antichrist himself funded the research, the data in incontrovertible, the planet is heating up and carbon is to blame. You can argue semantics but it doesn’t change the reality. The tar sands are producing the lowest grade, shittiest product.
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Torrance Coste Sep 17
Replying to @BlairKing_ca
Trudeau and Notley's timid, half-measure policies have failed to inspire enough of the population to re-elect them and so they cling to a -expanding, orca-threatening, Indigenous Rights-trampling and then you argue that our opposing that is a problem?
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Stand.earth Sep 11
Replying to @standearth
7/ Project: Northern Gateway Pipeline What: A pipeline to get Canadian crude onto tankers in the Pacific Where: Alberta to BC Status: Rejected by the courts and communities Click for who made this victory possible.
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Torrance Coste Sep 17
Replying to @BlairKing_ca
2. Shutting down (I prefer "rapid, managed phase-out" to "shut down", but you do you) the would require massive shift in the way we live, work and move, so yes, I think tarsands phase-out and a reduction in ff demand in are dependent on one another.
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Torrance Coste Sep 17
Replying to @BlairKing_ca
3. A G7 country phasing out a pollution-intensive sector like the isn't going to happen in isolation, so in addition to taking a certain volume of FF off the market, canada showing leadership on this would create pressure on other jurisdictions to do the same.
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Torrance Coste Sep 17
Replying to @BlairKing_ca
Stopping pipelines meant to enable expansion is locking in emissions ^? Come on now. I want a moratorium on new ff infrastructure, a radically steeper price on carbon, + a hard end date for ff use. My plan to get there: help make any other route socially inoperable
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jay sea Sep 14
Replying to @JustinTrudeau
Stop adding to the problem by exploiting the two and two together ... next year... I don;t want to hear hand in hand BS again ... NO life goes with Poisons
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kirk murphy Sep 14
We know you’re a lying flack so greedy for power that you & failed due diligence on notorious ex-Enron thieves (who forced electricity shortages in California) & the Texans tricked you into paying billions to buy their leaky stranded pipeline.
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Derek Costantino Sep 13
No, one would look at your comments and conclude that you and your ilk are the biggest hypocrites. That’s fine, continue on your path and deny irrefutable scientific consensus but understand this, TM Pipeline is dead in the water (pun intended).
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always vote Sep 12
Replying to @carter_AB
could barely see for snow? Drive safe. btw ~Don't tell me Fall's going by the wayside. Along with Spring. 👋👋 is a cold-hearted Bastard, eh #2030
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Stand.earth Sep 8
Replying to @standearth
3/ Project: Phillips 66 San Franciso Refinery Expansion What: Oil train project would have brought 5 trains a week through communities across California Where: Santa Maria, CA Status: in Sept 2016 Click to see who made this victory possible.
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Ian Urquhart Sep 16
Discover why, when it comes to the , , & , the of is nearly as disappointing as the Conservative govts she censured while in opposition.
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Graham NotWithStandingClause Chivers 2h
Investing in dead technology is a losers game. The value of low-margin, toxic energy will diminish as the green economy erases legacy processes & stranded assets.
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Greenpeace Canada Sep 12
A reminder of the dangers of the pipelines: A study has found diluted bitumen is deadly to young salmon, even with short exposure.
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SaRaH CheSTeRman 4h
Supreme Court ruling against 's blatant misuse of taxpayers' $BILLIONS to support expansion of high-emissions dirty polluting Industry = LOSING MONEY! = BS .. & CdnPoli = corrupt!
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