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Carol Linnitt

Carol Linnitt is a research fellow with DeSmogBlog.com and Site Manager and Director of Research for DeSmog Canada (DeSmog.ca). Her research and writing focuses on energy development, environmental policy, government legislation, scientific research and wildlife.

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Mar 25th, 2014
The passage of Bill 4 opens B.C.'s parks to industrial activity including the construction of pipelines and resource extraction.
Alberta student
Mar 12th, 2014
The Alberta Government is developing a partner strategy with major oilsands producers to develop curriculum for elementary and secondary students.
MP Chuck Strahl
Jan 21st, 2014
Democracy Watch is urging the ethics commissioner to formally investigate SIRC chair Chuck Strahl's illegal activities and conflicts of interest related to energy giant Enbridge.
Northern Gateway Pipeline Map
Jan 17th, 2014
A federal lawsuit, filed today by B.C. Nature, claims the JRP Northern Gateway report is "invalid" and fails to adequately address risks posed to caribou and humpback whales.
Jan 14th, 2014
The final verdict is in: diluted bitumen sinks in seawater. According to a November federal government report released Tuesday. Bitumen is a heavy oil mined in the Alberta oilsands. Due to...
Map of Woodfibre LNG project proposed for Squamish
Jan 7th, 2014
The federal government held a public comment period on a proposed Squamish LNG plant over the holiday period, leaving concerned community members without a say.
Dec 12th, 2013
A formal letter to Environment Canada staff reveals high-level concerns regarding internal perception of the 'muzzling' of scientists.
Dec 4th, 2013
The release of a new federal report recommends improvements to Canada's tanker spill regime on the BC coast. Yet onlookers worry the recommendations aren't enough to hold industry...
Nov 12th, 2013
New documents released through Access to Information legislation show the oil and gas industry resisting strengthened emissions standards in Alberta.
Carbon Bubble from The Carbon Tracker Initiative's report Unburnable Carbon
Oct 31st, 2013
What does the global 'carbon budget' mean for Canada? Senior economist with the CCPA Marc Lee explains a significant portion of Canada's carbon reserves will have to remain in the...
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