Tar Sands Solutions Network

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Speak up to protect loons from Alberta Clipper pipeline and tar sands oil

Great Lakes region, Nov.14-30

Minnesota Conservation Federation and National Wildlife Federation joined indigenous and conservation groups in filing a lawsuit against the U.S. State Department to stop the expansion of tar sands through Minnesota without a public review of the impacts to the wildlife and natural resources of the state and the Great Lakes region. Protect loon habitat from dirty oil spills! Please edit and send a message urging the U.S. State Department to protect the common loon and stop more tar sands oil from being pumped through their habitat.


“Energy East: Our Risk, Their Reward” Tour coming to Atlantic Canada

Atlantic Canada, October 26-November 6

From October 27 to November 6, the Council of Canadians and local partners will visit communities in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick to talk about why TransCanada’s proposed Energy East pipeline is all risk and little reward for Atlantic Canada. Join Council of Canadians Chairperson Maude Barlow, journalist and Gulf of Mexico BP oil spill speaker Cherri Foytlin, Energy Director of Bold Nebraska Ben Gotschall, and others to hear about the project, how to protect our waterways, possible alternatives, and the risks of a pipeline and tanker spill.


Help First Nations fight Northern Gateway in the courts

British Columbia, July 1-December 31

First Nations have built a solid wall of opposition to the Northern Gateway pipeline, and are taking this pipeline to the highest courts in the land to have it stopped. But legal challenges are expensive, so RAVEN Trust and an army of British Columbians banded together to find the resources necessary to win. So far they have raised almost half of the $250,000 goal, and an anonymous donor has pledged to match donations until the end of the year. Donate today. Let’s pull together with First Nations to stop the Enbridge pipeline and tanker project in the courts.