Public hearings for the Energy East pipeline have begun in New Brunswick and the National Energy Board will hear from 337 interveners. One of them are Tzeporah Berman’s eco-activist group Stand (formerly Forest Ethics.)
Berman is the activist that Rachel Notley hired to co-chair the oilsands advisory panel in Alberta, and the woman who likened the oil sands to Mordor.
Berman is now vocally expressing her regret about demonizing Fort MacMurray, but she’s still getting her activist group Stand to oppose Energy East.
It appears Berman has taken a page from the Notley playbook.
Notley vocally supports pipelines, but then hires activists like Berman to co-chair panels to make decisions on how the oil sands should be managed. This way, Notley can get someone else to say things she really thinks.
Not exactly a surprise, coming from two lifetime activists like Rachel Notley and Tzeporah Berman – they’re one in the same.
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