Pembina Institute available for comment on B.C. election, climate policy, and clean economyMedia advisory: Experts ready to discuss carbon pollution, LNG, and energy efficient buildings

April 11, 2017

The green line (reference case) shows projected carbon pollution before accounting for the policies in the B.C. Climate Leadership Plan and the federal carbon price schedule. The blue line (B.C. climate plan & federal carbon price) shows projected carbon pollution with those policies included. Chart: PICS/Pembina Institute/CEC

VANCOUVER / COAST SALISH TERRITORY — Today marks the official start of the 2017 B.C. election.

Over the next 28 days, climate change and energy issues are sure to take centre stage on the campaign trail, and the Pembina Institute is available to provide context and analysis.

Our experts are ready to comment on a variety of topics, including carbon pollution pricing, liquefied natural gas, energy efficient homes and buildings, climate plans, emissions targets, and clean economic growth.

Our spokespeople

Josha MacNab (English/français)
B.C. director

Karen Tam Wu (English/français)
B.C. associate director and Buildings and Urban Solutions Program director

Tom-Pierre Frappé-Sénéclauze (English/français)
Senior advisor

Maximilian Kniewasser (English/deutsche)

  • LNG
  • Shale and tight gas
  • Methane emissions
  • Carbon pollution pricing


Join the conversation on Twitter: #BCClimateVote @Pembina


Stephen Hui
Communications Lead, Pembina Institute
Tw: @StephenHui


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