Economic Renewal, Not Incineration sign now

Incinerators built today would still be burning our recoverable resources in 2050 polluting environment and residents, accelerating climate changewhile fossil fuels and all critical materials are being depleted, and world population grows to 9.2 billion people.

Our region is expected to grow to 3.4 million people, while globally, net available energy may decline to 40\% of todays energy excess.


THEREFORE we petition our elected representatives:

Instead of wasting our tax and fossil fuel resources on the dead-end disposal economy of incineration and ash landfill

Invest public money in economic renewal:

 re-manufacture our recycled resources locally
 build resource recovery parks, recycling and composting facilities
 assist local business with Extended Producer Responsibility
 fully develop our diversion economy

To ease the impact of peak oil, peak food, global recession and climate change.

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Colleen MooneyBy:
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Metro Vancouver Board of Directors, BC Minister of Environment, Premier Christy Clark, Opposition Leader Adrian Dix

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