The federal government will soon make a decision on approving the Enbridge Northern Gateway tar sands pipelines and tankers project. The Yinka Dene Alliance of First Nations is committed to using all lawful means to stop this devastating project from ever being built through our territories, and has joined with other First Nations to create a powerful and unbroken wall of opposition. We are asking you to stand with us to Hold the Wall.
WWF and Coastal First Nations are running an innovative petition campaign to ask Canadians - and people around the world - who love the stunning wilderness that is the Great Bear rainforest of BC, to say no oil tankers here.
Last week, leading environmental organizations and allies sent a letter to Canadian Geographic in support of the campaign launched by high school students taking on the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers and Canadian Geographic's Energy IQ project.
Join this innovative crowdsourced fundraising campaign to support the Beaver Lake Cree First Nation as they take on the world's biggest industrial project in the courts.
Over the coming months, Canadian governments will make decisions about tar sands pipelines that could permanently push the world towards runaway climate change and permanently damage our communities. On November 16th, help build a united wall of opposition to pipelines, reckless tar sands expansion, and runaway climate change at local events across the country.
Please join us for our 350 “No Tar Sands” Rally and March in support of the Waterfront Protection Ordinance. This ordinance has the majority support from the community and has the potential to permanently stop the climate killing tar sands pipeline from coming to Maine.
The Tar Sands Reality Check Tour is the rallying call for fossil fuel divestment and the climate justice movement! The trip through Ontario and Quebec will emphasize the growing fossil fuel divestment movement as it explodes across Canadian campuses. Each stop will highlight the narratives of frontline communities and passionate activists going toe to toe with the industry through grassroots action.
Today, ForestEthics Advocacy has launched a lawsuit against the Conservative Harper Government in Canada. Democracy and the environment are the cornerstones of a prosperous future. But the Canadian federal government doesn’t see it that way. Millions of Canadians have watched, astonished and sick at heart, as Prime Minister Harper’s cabinet gutted our environmental laws, muzzled our scientists, and violated our free speech rights? ForestEthics Advocacy is pushing back. Will you support these efforts to protect democracy in Canada?