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$2 Million more dollars of foreign funding going towards anti-Canadian hydrocarbon campaign.
It was announced yesterday that anti-Canadian hydrocarbons campaigner, Tzeporah Berman was awarded $2 million dollars from an organization called the Climate Breakthrough Project. Not surprisingly, this organization is funded and supported by the Packard Foundation, an anti-Canadian hydrocarbons foundation from the U.S. that has been a major funder of the “Tar Sands Campaign”.
Here are some facts about Tzeporah Berman and the Packard Foundation:
- Tzeporah Berman is a founder of anti-Canadian hydrocarbon organization Stand.earth which has received significant amounts of foreign funding to kill Canada’s oil and gas industry.
- The Packard Foundation has donated millions to fund anti-Canadian hydrocarbon campaigns and organizations, including the David Suzuki Foundation.
- The Climate Breakthrough Project also has links to another major funder of anti-Canadian hydrocarbon radicals, The Oak Foundation.
Instead of funding anti-Canadian hydrocarbon activism, these foundations should be funding Canada’s technological advantage and promoting the benefits of emissions reduction by using Canadian hydrocarbons.
Balancing act: Majorities say both climate action, oil & gas growth should be top priorities for next government.
Canada can take climate action and make oil and gas a top priority by exporting our environmental carbon advantages.
- Canadian hydrocarbons have been shown to reduce global emissions due to our comparative advantage in production with our high standards and high tech oil and gas sector.
- The oil and gas industry is already at the forefront of climate action by investing billions into the environment and even more into the development of technologies to produce reliable energy.
- The Conservative Party of Canada’s climate change platform is the only one that includes taking a global approach to emissions by exporting our hydrocarbon advantage.