Fractured Land Documentary
The B.C. and federal governments are in the process of approving three LNG liquefaction plants in the Great Bear—with seven more on horizon—and the associated pipelines that would stretch across the province and through the rainforest.
Natural gas is extracted from deep in the earth’s crust using an ecologically destructive process called fracking (check out some facts on fracking here). Pipelines would be built to then send the gas to the Great Bear Rainforest where new LNG terminals would liquefy the gas so that it can be transported by tanker to overseas markets.
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