Over the last two decades, fracking has rapidly spread across the Peace Region of BC, ushering in dramatic changes to the health of its lands, waters and peoples. Join us this Thursday in Coquitlam to hear candid, first-person perspectives from a diverse range of northern BC residents on their experiences with the LNG industry - and their thoughts about a renewable alternative.
Here are the details:
Voices from the Sacrifice Zone
Thursday, April 4th, 7:00pm
A1470 Lecture Theatre, Douglas College Coquitlam, 1250 Pinetree Way
Please register for the event here
This is a free event. Attendees are encouraged to donate $5 - $10, but no one will be turned away due to lack of funds.
Karen Leven, Environmental Scientist, Dawson Creek
Dr. Ulrike Meyer, Family Physician, Dawson Creek
Don Pettit, Founder of Peace Energy Co-op, Dawson Creek
Pat and Jim Strasky, Third-generation farmers, Farmington
Molly Wickham, Gidimt'en Spokesperson, Wet'suwet'en Nation
Presented by: Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment
Co-sponsored by: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, David Suzuki Foundation, Force of Nature, My Sea to Sky, Quest University, Sierra Club BC, Watershed Sentinel
This is a great local opportunity to learn more about fracking and how it impacts people’s health and our BC environment. We look forward to a lively dialog with the audience!