Posts by Arie Ross - Page 2

Historic coal victory in Washington increases pressure on B.C.

January 18, 2017 | 

As Trump takes the wheel, U.S. thermal coal is looking for a way off the continent The denial of a key permit by the State of Washington has left ...

What do they have that we don’t?

June 22, 2016 | 

A thorough environmental assessment process on coal projects, for a start. I took a little trip to Longview, Washington, the proposed location for the Millennium Bulk Terminal (MBT) coal ...

BC Liberals take coal cash, too

The dirtiest form of finance and fossil fuels: coal BC Liberals take cash so wealthy stakeholders can secure a private audience with the Premier. Sleazy offshore investments are revealed ...

A New Hope On Oil, LNG Reviews. What About For Coal?

January 29, 2016 | 

Climate test, revised process should apply to thermal coal export proposals, too Many in our community are celebrating this week after Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr and Environment and ...

Liberal MP’s Invite Dogwood to Keep the Conversation Going

December 18, 2015 | 

Dogwood organizers in the ridings of North Vancouver and Burnaby North Seymour had an opportunity to experience the Liberal government’s promise of openness and transparency when they met with ...

New MP Carla Qualtrough is really speaking Delta’s language!

November 18, 2015 | 

Monday was a big day for the Dogwood Initiative coal team. Hon. Carla Qualtrough sat down with us and committed to asking Minister of Environment Catherine McKenna to put ...

If our MP won’t turn up in Ladner, how can she stand up for us in Ottawa?

September 22, 2015 | 

On a sunny Saturday in Ladner, over 150 Delta residents attended an all-candidates forum to find out who can best represent the values of Delta residents, and who will ...

Standing strong in solidarity across the border: celebrating the Salish Sea with the Lummi nation

The Gateway Pacific Terminal at Cherry Point, the Longview coal terminal, and the Fraser Surrey Docks have steep opposition across the border from First Nations and concerned citizens who ...

I’ll never forget where I was when the coal decision came down

December 1, 2014 | 

I don’t think I’ll ever forget where I was when I found out Port Metro Vancouver approved the Fraser Surrey Docks coal export expansion facility this past August. I ...

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