Members of Parliament have a duty not to disseminate outdated misinformation by promoting a petition to mine your data.

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Setting the record straight on the day’s top anti-oil and gas media stories 

ACTIVIST CLAIM: Green Party of Canada claim that modern natural gas production methods cause massive earthquakes, pollutes water, and increases emissions.

 

THE FACTS: Members of Parliament have a duty not to disseminate outdated misinformation by promoting a petition to mine your data.

 

THE SOURCES: 

Prevent Fracking Across Canada (greenparty.ca) 


Here’s some facts and sources to have a reasoned conversation: These claims have been debunked as much as 10 years ago. Studies by the EPA, USGS, NOAA, SEA (Quebec) and many others have shown these claims to be incorrect and highly exaggerated.


Stories that get it right:

An exciting new carbon capture material is being developed in Alberta that is cheaper, more durable, and captures more carbon than previous generations.

Carbon-capturing material could help industry reduce emissions and costs (techxplore.com)

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