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Lorne Craig's Climate Silence
 
 Energy and Resources
Justin Trudeau speaks at the Paris climate talks - flanked by Canadian premiers (Province of BC/Flickr)

Trudeau’s strange non-battle with fossil fuels (and Site C rubber stamp)

Approving Woodfibre LNG, pushing oil pipelines, issuing permits for Site C Dam...it's all a far cry from the campaign promises Justin Trudeau made to be a climate leader and respect First Nations, says Rafe Mair.
The aging "LNG Taurus" off of South Africa in 2013
( Photo: Anton Bergstrom )
South Australia blazes trail for renewable energy
 
 WATER
Who-Killed-BC-Hydro

Who Killed BC Hydro?

Who killed BC Hydro? Rafe Mair charts the death in all but name of our once greatest crown corporation, through tens of billions in sweetheart private power contracts forced on the utility and some very shady accounting practices.
BC Hydro being used to funnel billions to Liberal friends
Rafe- Weaver, BC Greens should quit supporting private river power sham
 
 Oceans
Deadly Norwegian disease found in BC's farmed salmon

Deadly Norwegian disease found in BC’s farmed salmon is a game-changer

The discovery of a deadly Norwegian disease in BC-raised farmed salmon is a game-changer, says Ray Grigg, especially since it could spread to wild salmon.
Juvenile salmon at Flora Bank, where a controversial LNG terminal is proposed (Tavish Campbell)
A BC sockeye salmon spawning (Stan Probocsz/Watershed Watch)
 
 Climate Change
Christy Clark promotes "Clean LNG" at Vancouver conference last year (David P. Ball)

Longtime Lions Bay Mayor: LNG is plain dirty, violates Canada’s climate commitments

LNG is dirty, plain and simple, charges former Lions Bay Mayor Brenda Broughton. She slams both the Trudeau and Clark governments for jeopardizing Canada's climate commitments by ignoring or cherry-picking the science, and main...
Solar installation class (Haggerston Community College/Flickr CC licence)
Yann Toma's "Human Energy" art project at the Eiffel Tower during COP21 (Flickr CC licence / Yann Caradec)