2,000,000 Chinese die every year prematurely
500,000 to Ambient Pollution, which is .036% of the 1.357 Billion total population
Google Search Criteria: 2010 Global Burden of Disease Study, China
The Global Burden of Disease Study 2010 (GBD 2010) is a collaborative project of nearly 500 ... premature death in China, cerebrovascular disease, ischemic.
Dietary Risks is first which may never be cured
High Blood Pressure is second which could be cured
Smoking is third which can be cured by outlawing tobacco
Ambient pollution is fourth which can be cured by selling LNG from British Columbia instead of selling Coal from British Columbia
If BC has a moral obligation to develop LNG to save “500,000 Chinese dying each year attributed to air pollution specific to coal “, then I dearly hope Mr. Wilson will also explain his views on the thermal coal shipments we’ve exported to Asia for years, and why doesn’t BC also have a moral obligation to immediately put a halt to the Surrey Fraser Docks Thermal Coal Facility?
As to Mr. Wilson's foray into have given 37 one-on-one community talks on the benefits of LNG over COAL, why is it only North Saanich that has been reported on? Were the other 36 talks given in China?