It's a project the vast majority of Albertans support, yet misinformation has spread about the proposal to protect the eastern slopes of the Rockies, stirring anger from a small group of enthusiastic off-roaders.
Sinkholes in early 2018 exposed a section of Mariner East 1, prompting a Public Utility Commission administrative law judge to shut down the pipe and halt construction of two new lines, citing an “imminent risk” to the public.
A shale gas company's lorries, police vehicles and protesters' wood fires have combined to drive up air pollution levels near a gas well in the north of England, despite fracking failing to get started at the site.
Removing coal from the global energy mix is taking too long, too many forests are still being destroyed, and fossil fuel subsidies are ongoing despite their distorting effect on the market, a study has found.
More than 200 Canadian musicians and industry players are standing in solidarity with Indigenous people in northern B.C. who have been protesting the construction of a natural gas pipeline on traditional territories.