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The voters of Exeter, New Hampshire, voted to urge their
town leaders to express
opposition to the Granite Bridge natural gas pipeline under review by the
state’s Public Utilities Commission.
“The safety risks of gas pipelines is evident in the
recent leaks and explosions in Keene and Lawrence, Massachusetts,” Article 25
stated. “Furthermore, this fossil fuel project with its methane emissions and
carbon dioxide is in opposition to the principles of Exeter’s ‘Right to a
Healthy Climate Ordinance’ passed in 2010 and the Select board’s vote to
support the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement.”
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the growing political and regulatory challenges to indigenous
opposition that recently led to hundreds of train delays and cancellations
across Canada this past month, one thing is clear: building a pipeline or any
type of energy facility in Canada is no easy feat. And unfortunately, energy
companies and investors are growing weary over the regulatory hurdles and vocal
opposition to new energy development.
the latest rail blockades and pipeline protests made international headlines –
it begs the question: what are the economic ramifications of Canada’s
increasing unfriendliness towards energy investment?
$150 billion, according to a recent