The Department of Fisheries and Oceans is investigating a complaint that Coastal GasLink failed to prevent sediment stirred up by pipeline construction activities from flowing downstream at a construction site on the Lho Kwa (Clore River) in B.C.
The first regular shipment of liquefied natural gas from the United States arrived in Germany this week, part of a wide-reaching effort to help the country replace energy supplies it previously received from Russia.
After long enjoying a reputation as a "bridge fuel" capable of helping the world achieve its climate goals, natural gas is losing some of its environmental lustre — and that has implications for Canada's energy sector.
The B.C. provincial government is in court this week defending itself against allegations that it has failed to present an adequate plan to meet the province’s greenhouse gas emission reduction targets.
Let us be clear: Europe and Ukraine do not need your gas. We need more clean, affordable, accessible and transparent energy policies, ones based on the best available science and technology — not on vested interests.
Canada’s interest in boosting liquefied natural gas exports to tackle energy insecurity in Europe is part of a global trend that risks locking in planet-warming pollution over the next decade, according to new analysis by the Climate Action Tracker.
The front lawn of Lydia Larce’s home is strewn with debris: Remnants of cabinets and chunks of pink shower marble lie between dumpsters. She lives in a FEMA trailer out back, her home in shambles more than a year after Hurricane Laura tore through Lake Charles.