TV News Story - Proposed LNG terminal at Kitimat granted Environmental Certificate

Thursday, June 18, 2015
 
This is a TV news story about an Environmental Assessment Certificate that has been just granted for the $36 billion LNG Canada Export Terminal project situated near Kitimat BC. Even though it's still not clear if the project would ever be built, one of the concerns about such a large Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) plant is the massive amount of greenhouse gases it would be responsible for releasing. The Wilderness Committee's Eoin Madden is interviewed in this story.
 
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