LNG and fracking in BC

Liquified Natural Gas is methane.

Methane is a highly polluting greenhouse gas that is 86 times more potent than carbon dioxide when it comes to warming our planet. More methane production means more fracking, creating an ecological disaster for northern communities by covering their lands with poisonous fracking waste and abandoned wells. But by working together, we can make sure that B.C. meets its carbon emission targets and that we protect our northern communities from the devastation of fracking.

To save the climate, we must stop LNG projects.

Stand.earth is committed to stopping LNG expansion, because expanding LNG means building more leaky methane projects that are bad for the climate and for people.

We already hit the ground running by speaking out against the Tilbury LNG Expansion proposal in Delta, B.C, which could have devastating impacts on endangered fish species and the climate. Nearly 5,000 members of this community sent in comments calling for the project to be rejected!

Watch this space for more ways to take action.

LNG in BC: A timeline

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Latest Press Releases and Blogs

John Horgan
16, Jul 2021
Earlier today, British Columbia Premier John Horgan and Carla Qualtrough, federal Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and...
Aerial view of LNG plant
15, Jun 2021
Runaway tax break for fracking fuels growth in subsides, sabotaging provincial climate targets
LNG facility
27, May 2021
Today, 14 environmental and civil society groups published an open letter calling on British Columbia’s Minister of Energy, Mines and Low...