Dear reader, if you’re here you’re already interested in electric vehicles (EVs). Perhaps you already own one, or perhaps you’re just curious, but like so many of us you’re trying to figure out if they and the infrastructure they need are actually ready for anyone to use and take over from the internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicle that has dominated for nearly 100 years. I’m wondering the same thing. This summer I went on a cross-Canada journey with my family, in part, to find out.
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To The Editor: COVID19 and Climate Change
Dear Editor, I write this after two and a half months of working at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic and 25 years of hearing about taking action on climate change. We now know the stark difference when people listen to scientists and when they don’t. In B.C. we have lost lives but we listened …
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BC LNG deemed a risk to Asian Renewables Development
Study indicates rising world LNG supply pull down natural gas prices causing governments to build new greenhouse gas emitting natural gas fired electrical capacity rather than renewables. A paper published last year in Environmental Science & Technology compares greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of various energy sources in Asian countries to emissions if BC exported LNG …
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