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Quid Pro Quo In Environmental Politics

Originally published on the ECOreport. Anyone trying to understand the “why?” of some (seemingly stupid) political actions should read David Mason’s recent column in the Globe and Mail.  His explanation of the Canadian Government’s approval of the $36 billion (CAN) Pacific NorthWest LNG project, on Lelu Island in British Columbia, boils down to quid pro [&hellip Quid Pro Quo In Environmental Politics was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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