REPORT SUMMARY — Burning Bridge: Debunking LNG As A Climate Solution
This report summary shares key take-aways from Burning Bridge report which covers the science on the climate impacts of natural gas/LNG, the necessary reductions in gas/LNG supply and demand under the Paris Agreement and how this disqualifies Canadian liquefied natural gas as a climate solution.
Burning Bridge: Debunking LNG as a Climate Solution
Fossil gas, marketed as “natural gas” and its liquefied form, “liquefied natural gas” (LNG), have been proposed as a middle ground between more carbon-intensive fossil fuels and renewable energy. This report finds that exporting B.C. LNG makes the climate crisis worse, not better.
Shifting Power: Zero-Emissions Electricity Across Canada by 2035
Reliable, affordable, clean electricity in Canada by 2035 is entirely possible. This is the first Canadian modelling study to explore how to get there largely through wind and solar and without relying on expensive and sometimes unproven and environmentally dangerous technologies.
Regulatory Best Practices for Vented and Leaked Methane Emissions from Upstream Oil and Gas Operations
This report argues that the British Columbia provincial government has long known about the importance of cutting methane emissions. Now it has the regulatory solutions to address the problem.