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Cities and Transportation

LNG: Liquid Natural Gas is Fracking

April 9, 2024
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Cities and Transportation
Moving Beyond Fossil Fuels

We’re suing the largest provider of “natural” gas in British Columbia

March 26, 2024
Protecting Forests

Santander’s in the business of eradicating Amazonia

March 19, 2024

Press Releases

Cities and Transportation

Funding for energy efficiency retrofits is a good sign, but federal Housing Plan falls short on green building standards for new homes

April 12, 2024
Moving Beyond Fossil Fuels

Oregon becomes third jurisdiction in North America to enact fossil fuel divestment legislation

April 5, 2024
Moving Beyond Fossil Fuels

NYC Comptroller, Public Pension Boards Reach Agreement on Climate Finance Disclosures with JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, and Royal Bank of Canada

April 4, 2024
Moving Beyond Fossil Fuels

New plan to reduce B.C. emissions promising, but more regulations needed sooner

March 28, 2024

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"We’ve witnessed Stand.earth help cities kick their fossil fuel habits by working with local municipalities on climate policies that do everything from prohibiting new gas stations to limiting fossil fuel use in buildings."
"There’s this perverse incentive to treat Canada like a toilet bowl," says Anna Barford, Canada shipping campaigner at Stand.earth. "They’re just using us like a highway and tossing stuff left, right and centre."
The more connections a brand has to companies that may have a role in deforestation, the higher the risk, said Greg Higgs, the study’s lead researcher.
"We’ve witnessed Stand.earth help cities kick their fossil fuel habits by working with local municipalities on climate policies that do everything from prohibiting new gas stations to limiting fossil fuel use in buildings."
"There’s this perverse incentive to treat Canada like a toilet bowl," says Anna Barford, Canada shipping campaigner at Stand.earth. "They’re just using us like a highway and tossing stuff left, right and centre."
The more connections a brand has to companies that may have a role in deforestation, the higher the risk, said Greg Higgs, the study’s lead researcher.