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A Resounding Vote for Nature-Based Economies
WWF-Canada applauds the Lax Kw’alaams decision to reject offer in favour of healthy Skeena Estuary

Liquid Natural Gas terminals and Skeena River salmon are a bad mix
The Skeena Estuary is also smack dab in the middle of BC’s development boom, with two of BC’s proposed 14 liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants slated for construction there.

Looking for fair development in the Skeena Estuary
Fairness is central to managing what our rivers and people need, especially when they’re affected by what’s happening elsewhere

BC’s Trouble with Targets
Until last week, the government of British Columbia inscrutably insisted it could meet its carbon emission reduction targets AND fast track the development of a new Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) export industry. But the numbers were not on its side.

Enhancing the Power to Protect Through Developing Knowledge
As we look towards a future of clean water and healthy salmon we must seek to learn more about the river that represents the lifeblood of our region.