Dr Mark Jaccard of Simon Fraser University calculated the carbon emissions of the entire Trans Mountain pipeline and tanker project with the proposed expansion to be 71,100,000 metric tons (71.1 Mt) of Co2e annually. According to the EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Equivalencies Calculator, that would be like adding 15,095,541 passenger vehicles driven for one year.
Trans Mountain Is a Major Climate Problem - Last Real Indians
Since the Trans Mountain Pipeline and Tanker Project was proposed in 2009, global concern over the climate crisis has grown exponentially. Almost every sector of industry has adapted their future plans to take the Climate Emergency into account — oil and gas is lagging behind. Major projects like