Liquefied natural gas, carbon pollution, and British Columbia in 2017
An overview of B.C. LNG issues in the context of climate change
This backgrounder outlines the state of LNG development in B.C., the opportunities to improve the environmental performance of key projects currently under consideration, and the implications of a new LNG export industry for B.C.’s carbon pollution levels.
Wilderness Committee Report
LNG: A Dirty Secret on the West Coast
Click on the image to check out this excellent report by Wilderness Committee Climate Campaigner Peter McCartney.
Video: Dr. Eoin Finn
Presentation to the Saanich Inlet Network
On November 27, 2015, Dr. Eoin Finn provided a free public meeting in Brentwood Bay to discuss LNG in the Saanich Inlet and British Columbia.
Malahat LNG presentation to Central Saanich Committee
On Monday May 9, 2016 Steelhead LNG and Malahat First Nations presented to the District of Central Saanich Committee of the Whole.
Troubled Waters in the Salish Sea
a film by GARY McNUTT
Have you been wondering about the floating LNG liquefaction production facility in the beautiful Saanich Inlet, take the time to listen to how some of the local residents feel about it.
How Safe Is LNG?
Not as Safe as the BC Government Has Claimed.
New studies and past incidents raise questions about location standards and safety.
LNG Tanker Safety
LNG export plans are moving forward in BC without proper government oversight of the safety and security risks of terminal siting and tanker traffic.
Neither Canada nor BC are prepared to deal with the risks and consequences of a deliberate attack or serious accident involving an LNG tanker.
Report of the First Nations Cultural Heritage Impact Assessment and Consultation (December 1997) - Bamberton Town Development Project