This week we scored another victory on the path to stopping Kinder Morgan. The BC government announced oil spill regulations that will restrict new shipments of diluted bitumen across the province, while announcing a scientific review of the risks of diluted bitumen spills.
We applaud the BC government for defending British Columbians from the environmental, economic, health and safety risks of oil spills. Restricting the transport of diluted bitumen across BC’s rivers and coastline is yet another roadblock facing Kinder Morgan’s already uncertain Trans Mountain pipeline and tankers project.
As Premier Horgan prepares to depart for Asia to woo members of the consortium behind the LNG Canada proposal, Sierra Club BC is warning that BC can’t build new LNG plants and meet emissions targets.
The provincial government quietly updated its greenhouse gas inventory on the eve of the December holiday season, showing that emissions were higher in 2015 than in 2010 and have risen in four of the last five years.
BC's 76 remaining southern resident orcas are endangered. With Kinder Morgan bullishly pushing ahead with construction at their oil tanker terminal in Burnaby, we sat down with whale watching operator Gary Sutton to talk about these beautiful creatures and the battle for their survival.
One year ago this week, Prime Minister Trudeau made British Columbia’s coast and waterways a sacrifice zone by approving Kinder Morgan's tar sands pipeline and tankers proposal. Since then, what’s changed?