Fossil fuel companies pumped more than $5.1 million into British Columbia’s elections between 2008 and 2015. 92% of that money was given to the BC Liberal party, which was in office throughout that period. The remainder went to the leading opposition party, the New Democratic Party (NDP). A new report from the Centre for Policy Alternatives, Mapping The Political Influence, examines the funds and lobbying data to get answers. The ever-running question is, what do fossil fuel companies get for their campaign investments
What Do Fossil Fuel Companies Get For Their Campaign Investments? was originally published on CleanTechnica.