IN-SIGHTS: Megaproject madness

CBC is reporting that three aluminum ships built in British Columbia during the 1990s will be sold or sent to the ship-breakers. Constructed for about 800 million in today’s dollars, the three “fast ferries” are now worth little or nothing more than scrap value. North Vancouver business consultant Rob Arthurs, in

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IN-SIGHTS: A captured government

An excerpt from a newsletter published by a international non-governmental organization is worth attention. Toronto Star reports the Danielle Smith convoy that travelled to the 28th United Nations Climate Change conference in Dubai actually involved 150 government and petroleum industry representatives.,,

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IN-SIGHTS: Climate crisis failure

According to IEA, Canada’s per capita emissions of methane are almost three time the global average, more than half from the energy sector. Methane releases in Canada are likely worse than reported because the energy industry and government regulators have had little interest in publishing accurate measurements.

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