Western Canadian LNG Could Be ‘Key To Climate Change Mitigation’ And Indigenous ‘Economic Reconciliation,’ GeoConvention Attendees Hear

Western Canada has the potential to be a world leader in the export of LNG through the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and collaborative partnerships with its Indigenous people, say the authors of a paper highlighted Wednesday at the virtual GeoConvention.

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