Posts By: Dan Oberhaus

South of the border: fear and loathing in the Sonoran Desert

“O how they cling and wrangle, some who claim For preacher and monk the honoured name! For, quarreling, each to his view they cling. Such folk see only one side of a thing”  Siddhartha Gautama, parable of the blind men and the elephant   Arizona’s Sonoran landscape is dominated by earthy hues of sepia and sage,… Read more »

Focus on Fuel Part V: The future of British Columbian LNG

This is Part V in a five-part Martlet investigative series exploring the economic, socio-political, and environmental impacts of the B.C. government’s decision to pursue Liquid Natural Gas initiatives. This instalment is a cursory summary of the previous four instalments and a look at the potential future of the B.C. LNG industry.

Focus on Fuel Part IV: B.C. LNG and indigenous sovereignty

This is Part IV in a five-part Martlet investigative series exploring the economic, socio-political, and environmental impacts of the B.C. government’s decision to pursue Liquid Natural Gas initiatives. This instalment focuses on aboriginal engagement with and resistance to LNG development.

Focus on Fuel Part II: Liquefied Natural Gas Economics 101

This is Part II in a five-part Martlet investigative series exploring the economic, socio-political, and environmental impacts of the B.C. government’s decision to pursue Liquefied Natural Gas initiatives. This instalment focuses on examining economic discourse around the issue.