The City of Vancouver is going to court. It’s goal is to get an order requiring that climate change impacts be considered by the ersatz-National Energy Board hearings on Kinder-Morgan’s pipeline expansion application.
The city will ask the Federal Court of Appeal on Friday for a judicial review of the National Energy Board process for . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Vancouver Marches National Energy Board into Court
Kinder Morgan has dropped a bomb. The bitumen pipeline trafficker wants to triple its existing pipeline capacity. From Island Tides:
Citing ‘additional customer support’, KinderMorgan recently announced that it intends toincrease the capacity of its proposed new ‘twin’oil pipeline from Edmonton to Burnaby. The current capacity of the existing TransMountain pipeline is approximately 300,000barrels per day . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Kinder Morgan’s Bold Play
It’s time to do what they fear most – connect the dots. That means linking bitumen trafficking to the plight being inflicted on the poorest and most vulnerable peoples on Earth due to global warming. It’s a link that is irrefutable.
We know that the climate change the world is now enduring is anthropogenic, . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Taking the Fight to Them
Asbestos is one, that’s a no-brainer. We should not be exporting a product we prohibit from use at home. There’s no moral ambiguity there.
Bitumen is another. With climate skeptic Professor Richard Muller’s research so forcefully (and for him, surprisingly) confirming the reality of anthropogenic global warming, the consensus is overpowering and must be accepted. . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Yes There Are Some Things That Should be Left In the Ground