ClimateWatch: BC Glacier

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Breakage of monumental B.C. iceberg quietly sounds climate change alarm: At one fell swoop, Porcupine Glacier in northern B.C. becomes 1.2-square-km smaller, NASA photos reveal
Breakage of monumental B.C. iceberg quietly sounds climate change alarm
Breakage of monumental B.C. iceberg quietly sounds climate change alarm
Pipeline firms brace for clashes after activists target operations: Climate activists targeted major lines carrying crude Tuesday, and Kinder Morgan says it’s ready for opposition to Trans Mountain
Pipeline firms brace for clashes after activists target operations
Pipeline firms brace for clashes after activists target operations
Fuel spill makes a mess of traffic on Burrard Bridge – A fuel spill closed the Burrard Bridge to northbound traffic for several hours Wednesday evening. Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services assistant chief Peter Bridge said the incident happened at 4:50 p.m. when the driveshaft of a 1995 Toyota Four-Runner with a right-hand wheel broke and pierced the gas tank, dumping approximately 60 litres of fuel. “Traffic is a mess,” said Bridge. “Avoid downtown, if possible.” Bridge said a HAZMAT team a…
Fuel spill makes a mess of traffic on Burrard Bridge
Fuel spill makes a mess of traffic on Burrard Bridge
B.C. lumber towns braced for U.S. trade assault – OTTAWA — B.C. is bracing for pain as the U.S. lumber industry stands poised to launch a punitive softwood lumber trade battle as early as Thursday. That’s when a one-year “standstill” agreement tacked onto the 2006 Canada-U.S. Softwood Lumber Agreement expires, opening the door to years of costly litigation and likely mill closures and job losses. “With the expiration of the standstill and no agreement attained, the Coalition has no choice b…
B.C. lumber towns braced for U.S. trade assault
B.C. lumber towns braced for U.S. trade assault
Dear Canada
Glaciers store water and add weight to continents.
meanwhile releasing ancient carbon and modern industrial and transportation pollution will not be fixed with the nonsense of cap and trade, which is fake credits for not polluting being sold to polluters who need to reduce the total load, not shift it.
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We need trees to take in the carbon and to make oxygen
Canada needs to do that more than sell raw logs and buy back finished lumber.
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