How I'm feeling in BC today:
Don't contact me if you want to dilute or slow climate action.
None of us are going fast enough.
We can't negotiate with science.
The costs of inaction are here and huge.
Instead, let's do more, faster, together.
— Sarah Goodman (@Sarah__Goodman) November 17, 2021
Prior to working for the prime minister, Goodman has also served as a vice president and senior vice president with Tides Canada, which is now known as MakeWay.
In 2020, Tides Canada changed its name, which it adopted from the controversial US Tides Foundation, after criticism over “foreign-funded special interests” attacking Alberta’s energy sector by Premier Jason Kenney.
According to a study into anti-Alberta energy campaigns, an estimated $1.28 billion in foreign funds have been funelled to harm the province’s energy industry.