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.

Fracking and its related industrialization on Treaty 8 territory in Northeastern B.C. has had a devastating impact on local communities. It has harmed their physical and mental health, threatened traditional hunting and fishing practices, the water and the land. But enough is enough: this story needs to be told.

That's why we produced, Fracking the Peace, a powerful short documentary following the people whose lives, water, and land have been changed by fracking.

Click here to check if there is a screening planned near you. 

If not, click here to sign up to host your own community screening.

Fracking the Peace Documentary Trailer

LNG in BC: A timeline


Latest Press Releases and Blogs

19, May 2022
Earlier today, British Columbia’s Premier and the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation released the outcome of the...
10, May 2022
At Vancouver's Canada Place, climate groups project message denouncing companies and the government for promoting gas as a false climate...
LNG facility
23, Mar 2022
New analysis reveals that last year, British Columbia forwent $1.162 billion in natural gas royalty revenues due to Deep Well Royalty...