So, you finally admit that all oil, ng, coal is the height of "bad" AKA "evil"(my bad you don't like that word) as it ruins the environment in your opinion. So much for your "coal is ok", BS upthread, its unsustainable after all. Me, myself, and I? I prefer Nuclear. But salt reactors instead of PWR as that way if there is a problem you open the plug in the bottom of its pool and down 40,000 feet it goes into a predug shaft. Vastly less polluting than coal or oil as there are vast tonnages of heavy metals spewed into the air environment via coal, let alone oil. Far more on a yearly basis than if we went 100% nuclear on uranium. But you will claim its unsustainable as well, though not in the next 10,000 years at a minimum with reprocessing. We still have to have oil and Ng for our modern existence. Until someone creates a matter converter that is...
You likewise gratuitously insult Texas and Oklahoma with giant broad strokes of your brush. There are small parts that actually even have visible oil tanks/oil wells producing products keeping your pampered self absorbed existence comfortable.
Let us all know when you stop using electricity and all oil products generated from unsustainable methods will ya, and walk your talk?
PS. Get a pair of reading glasses. I did say GNP was unique in lower 48, but ubiquitous commonplace in BC. I stated it wasn't worthy of being unique UNESCO title, then again took a look at how many sites UNESCO has slapped their label on lately and well, its meaning is rather diluted. So, it could be. How about traveling a bit. Nearly all of BC is wilderness. No, its not "designated" as such, though a vast region of it is. No one needs to do so as no one lives there and never will.
PPS. GNP unique as wilderness in lower 48? No. Besides you need to actually look before spewing. GNP is a bit over 1 million acres. A bit less of this is actual wilderness. Not the hilarious 4Million you spouted. Since you have problems actually looking stuff up: http://www.nps.gov/glac/parknews/fact-sheet.htm
Check out Washington state sometime, border southwards, NCNP, RLRA, PW, GPW, WDW, CW, SW, ALW. Or heck, check out Olympic National Park, same size, all wilderness. Or hey hey hey, look at Death Valley, its all wilderness and even the parts that aren't may as well be, as no one even bothers to go there, likewise those reading glasses might be handy, as its triple the size of GNP. Here is a listing for your perusal, since it would appear you need to do some research. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_largest_wilderness_areas_in_the_United_States
Frank Church is vastly larger as well in your own state. Between Kings Canyon/Yosemite,John Muir, etc its wilderness is larger as well.
PPPS. It is ranting like what you are doing is the reason why I quit my membership in the Sierra Club and the Mountaineers. Keep it up and keep driving people away with incoherent ranting just hurts your cause you know.