The Issues With PNW LNG in B.C. forum took place on September 20, 2016.

The Issues With PNW LNG in B.C.Public forum on the Pacific NorthWest LNG project


Sep. 20, 2016 7:00pm PACIFIC TIME, Online / telephone panel - Public event

Watch the video

The Issues With PNW LNG in B.C.

View the slides

Salmon, LNG, and the Skeena Estuary: What are the risks?

Climate implications of Pacific NorthWest LNG

B.C. LNG: Myths and Realities


In the lead-up to the federal government's decision on the Pacific NorthWest LNG project, the public and media were invited to a web and telephone forum on liquefied natural gas development in British Columbia.

During the one-hour event, speakers from across B.C. discussed key concerns surrounding PNW LNG and other projects, including First Nations rights and impacts, climate change, fracking, economics and salmon. A Q&A session followed.

The Issues With PNW LNG in B.C. was presented by the Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition.

Participation was free of charge, but online registration was required. 


Speakers and topics

  • Caleb Behn, University of Victoria law graduate and executive director of Keepers of the Water Society — First Nations impacts
  • David Hughes, earth scientist and president of Global Sustainability Research — Fracking and economics
  • Maximilian Kniewasser, analyst at the Pembina Institute — Climate change
  • Ciara Sharpe, Master of Science candidate in biology at Simon Fraser University — Salmon and science

Moderators

  • Shannon McPhail, executive director of the Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition
  • Karen Tam Wu, director of the buildings and urban solutions program at the Pembina Institute

Read the media advisory: From fracking to fish, public forum takes on LNG issues in northern B.C.

Join the conversation on Twitter: #LNGinBCForum

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