The Pembina Institute for energy experts has predicted B.C. will fail to meet its 2020 legislative target due to its promotion of LNG plants. It's just one of a myriad of concerns raised in a remarkably concise analysis of the need to counteract climate and hydrological change, The Climate Nexus: Water, Food, Energy and Biodiversity in a Changing World (Rocky Mountain Books 2015), by Jon O'Riordan and Robert William Sandford. The former is a policy and research advisor for SFU's ACT (Adaption to Climate Change Team). 978-1-77160-142-9 $16

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