BC Hydro's $76 Billion Debt

Deferral accounts, long term purchase commitments, paying independent producers to not produce power: How BC Hydro went from showcase to basket case

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Arthur Caldicott

State of Denial

Market ideology restricts climate action

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Land and Justice

Art Manuel’s Reconciliation Manifesto

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Nature's Carbon Solutions

February | March 2019

Deforestation, land use changes, and industrial agriculture have hobbled the Earth’s carbon cycle. While soil isn’t as sexy as a Tesla, restoring the planet’s natural ability to store carbon by letting soil, plants, and forests do their thing is not only cheaper than high-tech solutions, it benefits wild creatures and places at the same time.

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