Lock in Jobs, Not Pollution - Report from Clean Energy Canada

The Government of British Columbia can unlock multiple social, employment, and environmental benefits by directing and/or enabling liquefied natural gas (LNG) proponents to maximize the use of renewable energy in their planned facilities.

 

A renewables-driven industry will create more permanent, secure jobs, produce less carbon pollution, and leave a lasting legacy of clean-power infrastructure for communities and companies in British Columbia’s North Coast region. It will do all of this while only minimally impacting competitiveness.

 

Access the report here: http://cleanenergycanada.org/works/jobsnotpollution/ 

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