Credibility Crisis

Credibility Crisis: Major Flaws Threaten Credibility of NEB Assessment of Kinder Morgan

The National Energy Board (NEB) has been widely criticized in its review of the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion proposal for failures in process, for limiting participation, and for a lack of accountability and fairness. In this report, we detail the deficiencies in the process to date that are giving rise to public criticism and dissatisfaction, and causing some intervenors to withdraw.

BC Forest Wake-Up Call: Heavy Carbon Losses Hit 10-Year Mark

For a full decade, B.C. forests have been releasing dramatically…

Carbon at risk B.C.’s Unprotected Old-Growth Rainforest

New reports by the World Bank and PricewaterhouseCoopers warn…

Emissions Impossible? British Columbia’s Uncounted Greenhouse Gas Emissions Executive Summary

Global warming is here, greenhouse gas emissions continue to increase, and climate change impacts appear greater than feared. Despite these alarming trends, here in British Columbia climate policy has lost momentum and the provincial government is not building on its initial steps to fight global warming and reduce emissions in a coherent and adequate manner.