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Ruth H. Hopkins Dec 8
JP Morgan Chase is financing the Keystone XL pipeline. Yesterday at an investor's meeting they were presented with a petition to stop funding dirty tar sands oil. Those presenting the petition were forcibly removed. Divest from Chase Banks.
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Craig Hubley Jun 1
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Torrance Coste Sep 6
Daily reminder that Canada's plan, which is in danger of completely crumbling, is nowhere near what's needed to tackle this crisis. We have to do more -- and we have to do it now.
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Emily Johnston Jan 28
The most toxic place on earth? "Alberta’s tailings ponds cover about 97 sq miles & hold 340 billion gallons of waste...enough to fill more than half a million Olympic-size swimming pools." This was once a forest. This is monstrous.
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WECAN, International Mar 22
"My call to action is that we all rise up & speak the truth for land, for water. from big oil companies& start supporting communities leading way"-OceanHyland, Tsleil-Waututh Nation,
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Jennifer Huseman Mar 1
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NoTarSands Apr 16
Who’s defending Canada’s national interest? First Nations facing down a pipeline, meanwhile is bailing out a Texas oil billionaire. He should be bailing out Canada’s workers and the climate.
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350 dot org Mar 15
BREAKING: The Red Lake Nation votes to evict Enbridge oil corporation and its four pipelines from tribal property in Minnesota!
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Ruth H. Hopkins 6 Nov 17
Replying to @RuthHHopkins
Outside of Wells Fargo Bank in San Francisco, CA. Via Isaac Murdoch
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Postcards for America-MN #WaveCastMN May 19
So many choices today! - 24-hr PUC block party/protest - LAST CHANCE TO SAVE LIVES! Sat & Sun 12:00-2:00pm - Rally for Science-Mears Park
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ReadAPoemToday Apr 26
Sending love and strength to the people and first responders in Superior, WIsconsin. Such a beautiful area. The Lake Superior coast of WI, MN, and the UP is a national treasure and needs to be better protected.
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Emily Johnston Mar 18
These are the good old days, ecologically speaking...let's protect them as best we can. And get busy restoring. Let's leave a decent world behind. by train, by pipeline, by tanker. We've got bodies, boats, & bolt-cutters—and we know how to use 'em.
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KD Nov 18
How can we trust anything oil execs say about the "safety" of their projects? We can't.
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NoTarSands Oct 30
Massive glaciers in the Yukon territory are shrinking even faster than would be expected from a warming climate – and bringing dramatic changes to the region.
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LRosce Nov 16
Great 1st step. 2nd step
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OKShuswapGreens Jun 4
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Janet Weil Aug 28
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tara houska Aug 15
Meanwhile, the Canadian government is buying pipelines. More oil, more tar sands, more climate change. Drill baby drill as the world burns. Cognitive dissonance much?
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350 dot org Mar 19
Bay Area residents are outside the Bay Area Air Quality Management District this morning to say NO to tar sands. The agency issued a permit to allow 93 oil tankers per year filled with tar sands into the Bay Area to be refined at .
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Sierra Club May 10
"The passage of the sustainability reporting resolution is a victory and a sign that institutional shareholders are concerned about the opposition to the Trans Mountain expansion project." - Chief Judy Wilson of the Secwepemc Nation
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