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Carbon capture, utilization, and storage

Carbon capture, utilization, and storage ( CCUS / CCS / CCU ) has been giving fossil fuel emitters the veneer of sustainability for half a century. But despite the fanfare around such projects, they do very little actual carbon capture (some CCUS facilities capture less than half of the carbon they’re meant to trap). Instead, these facilities capture public funding and misdirect energy that could be used to propel us towards a just transition away from fossil fuels.  

CCUS is the worst

CCUS: Capturing more public funds than carbon since 1972

Let’s be very clear: carbon capture, utilization, and storage is NOT a climate solution. It’s a prime example of greenwashing ...
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LNG tanker in ocean

Letter: Commit to decarbonization to address today’s crises

See the full letter with French and German translation and full list of signatories here. Die deutsche Version des Briefs ...
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Oil smokestack

Letter from 113 organizations re: ending fossil fuel subsidies and public finance

To: The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of FinanceThe Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Natural Resources CanadaThe Honourable ...
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Canada needs a just transition from fossil fuels

The Liberals’ plan to fight fire with fire won’t turn down the climate heat

If the federal Liberal government was a firefighter, its fire hose would be filled with gasoline instead of water ...
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Tell Minister Wilkinson to reject the Carbon Capture and Storage tax credit

Tell Minister Wilkinson to reject the Carbon Capture and Storage tax credit

Take a moment to send a reality check to Minister of Natural Resources Jonathan Wilkinson asking him to invest in ...
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New LNG exports not a pathway to zero

New LNG exports not a pathway to zero

A company based in Newfoundland and Labrador has proposed an LNG project that would liquefy and export 4 million tons per year of ...
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Avalon chapter comment on proposed NL LNG project

Avalon chapter comment on proposed NL LNG project

NL LNG, a company based in Newfoundland and Labrador, has registered their Placentia Bay LNG Facility and Marine Terminal with ...
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Council of Canadians submission on proposed NL LNG

Council of Canadians submission on proposed NL LNG

NL LNG, a company based in Newfoundland and Labrador, registered their Placentia Bay LNG Facility and Marine Terminal with the ...
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