Press release: ight prominent environmental groups from across the country are urging federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson and the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada to ensure that Pieridae Energy’s proposed Goldboro Liquefied Natural Gas export facility project (Goldboro LNG) undergoes a comprehensive, up-to-date federal impact assessment.
A coalition of more than 100 environmental and Indigenous groups from Canada and Europe are asking Germany to withdraw from a loan guarantee in support of a mega project to process and export natural gas in Goldboro, Guysborough County.
Last week Paul Jenkinson attended a symposium about natural gas development and fracking in Cumberland County. Despite a climate crisis, the Province and the Municipality seemingly continue to send “faint hope” signals to the oil and gas industry, Jenkinson writes.
A German environmental organization has launched a petition asking Germany to withdraw from a loan guarantee process that would provide more than $4 billion US to the Goldboro LNG project in Guysborough County. The petition is getting a lot of signatures very quickly
News release: A coalition of Canadian and German groups asks Germany to withdraw from a loan guarantee process which would provide more than $4 billion US to Pieridae Energy Limited, a Calgary-based company. The German guarantee would enable construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal with an export capacity of 10 million metric tons a year in Goldboro, Nova Scotia.
News release: Forty businesses and organizations (including the NS Advocate) are calling for Nova Scotia’s moratorium on fracking to remain in place.
News release: A coalition of groups and citizens is raising the alarm about reopening the fracking moratorium following the Nova Scotia Department of Energy’s under-the-radar release of their Onshore Petroleum Atlas.