Greg Horne revels in climbing over mountains and under good ideas. Based in Hazelton with his partner and rescued mutt, Greg is currently charged up on local energy solutions that make sense for the North.
The graceful steel spires stand at regular distances along the highway. It’s as if a giant millipede has threaded its way over the steep roadside ridges, swept out a swath of forest with its belly, and lost a long, straight leg with every step.READ MORE➦
Wrapped in north coast fog, a small island in the Skeena River estuary 15 km south of Prince Rupert has become a lightning rod for Christy Clark’s strained liquefied natural gas (LNG) ambitions.READ MORE➦
With much recent talk about oil, gas, pipelines and dams in northern BC, it’s possible to completely miss the North’s unique energy potentials.READ MORE➦