The ancestral homeland of British Columbia’s First Nations is no place for a dilbit disaster.
For more than a decade, we've fought to keep this filthy fossil fuel from being dredged up and piped through the United States.
Petroleum coke, typically stored outdoors in big open piles, can blow right into nearby homes and cause serious health problems. Unsurprisingly, communities are fighting Big Oil to keep this noxious material out of their backyards.
Without KXL, tar sands are a bad investment. By fighting the pipeline, activists have disrupted the industry’s bottom line.
Greg Griffin, a lifelong lobsterman in coastal Maine, voices his concerns about tanker transport of Canada’s tar sands oil.
New Yorkers are resisting efforts to sextuple the number of anchorage grounds in the river and transform their backyard into a parking lot for oil barges.
DAPL may be underway, but the water protectors at Standing Rock taught us a lot about going up against the fossil fuel industry.