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 Energy and Resources
Apache bails on Kitimat LNG as investors get cold feet

Apache bails on Kitimat LNG as investors get cold feet

U.S. energy firm Apache Corp. says it's exiting the Kitimat LNG project, which it had been developing with Chevron Corp.
West Van Council joins Lions Bay in opposing Howe Sound LNG
A fracking drill near Dawson Creek in northeast BC (Two Island Films)
 
 WATER
Peace Valley farmland, ecosystems worth $8 Billion a year-study

Peace Valley farmland, ecosystems worth $8 Billion a year: study

Keeping the Peace Valley’s farmland and ecosystems intact - instead of ramping up fracking and building Site C dam - would be worth some $8B/year, a new study finds.
California rejects green label for BCs private river power projects
Under Liberals, big projects often double in cost
 
 Oceans
Orcas face triple threat - Vessel noise, pollution, lack of food

Orcas face triple threat: Vessel noise, pollution, lack of food

Triple threats of pollution, vessel noise and lack of food are making it hard for southern orcas to grow beyond an estimated population of 80, says a decade-long US study.
Bloomberg--Farmed-salmon-a-risky-bet-for-environment,-investment
Chief Bob Chamberlin of the Kwicksutaineuk-ah-kwaw-ah-mish First Nation in BC's Broughton Archipelago.
 
 Climate Change
Canada's cities take lead on climate change

Canada’s green cities take lead on climate change

Cities like Vancouver, Guelph - even oil and gas capital Calgary - are leading the way with innovative solutions to climate change, says David Suzuki.
Consider the global impact of the oil sands
The Economist-The enormous cost of ignoring climate change