Trans Mountain (Tmx) plans to cut down another 1,308 trees in preparation for its proposed pipeline expansion through Burnaby.Continue reading Report from Burnaby: 1308 trees
Editor’s note: Opponents of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion are challenging a 2018 injunction to prevent protesters from “physically obstructing, impeding or otherwise preventing access” to work sites in Burnaby. Simon Fraser University health sciences professor Tim Takaro says there are two environmentally sensitive streams along the route and inadequate consideration of the pipeline’s climate impact.
Carl Meyer, Canada’s National Observer, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
Trans Mountain says it was trying to ensure “safe construction” when it removed a peaceful protest site in December along its pipeline route in the Vancouver area.Continue reading Challenging trans Mountain’s 2018 Injunction
When the world met in Paris, in 2009, they signed commitments to adopt “finance flows consistent with a pathway toward low greenhouse gas emissions and climate-resilient development.” A G20 scorecard from the Institute for Sustainable Development finds that the actions of G20 nations contradict this.Continue reading G20 scorecard: continuing to heavily subsidize fossil fuels