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10,000 People stand strong to protect land and water from Kinder Morgan

Blog entry by Jesse Firempong | March 12, 2018

What do ten thousand people gathering to stand with Indigenous Peoples to protect land, rivers, streams and the Pacific Ocean from a dirty oil pipeline look like? Incredible.     Photos by Zack Embree, Alex Harris and Will...

Together We Rise: the fight against Kinder Morgan about to reach new heights.

Blog entry by Mike Hudema | March 9, 2018

Today, Indigenous leaders from across Canada and the United States gathered in Coast Salish territories (Vancouver) to announce the latest escalation in the battle to stop the Kinder Morgan tar sands pipeline. The project called ...

Ten years after my first big protest, this coal plant is becoming a solar farm

Blog entry by Charles Latimer | March 9, 2018

"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do." - Mark Twain When I was 26 years old, this quote gave me the courage to do what I thought was right.  Just over...

4 Incredible Women You Can Take Action With NOW

Blog entry by Shuk-Wah Chung | March 7, 2018

“Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.” - Arundhati Roy And indeed she is… These are the heroes, the ones who serve their community with hope and inspiration...

Protect water. Stand with Indigenous Peoples against Kinder Morgan

Blog entry by Mike Hudema | March 7, 2018

On March 10th, Indigenous cultural and spiritual leaders have asked us to join them to take a stand against Kinder Morgan’s massive new oil pipeline. Greenpeace is answering this call and if we rise up with one voice, we can protect...

Trudeau's Pipeline Dilemma: Time to reverse course on Kinder Morgan

Blog entry by Mike Hudema | March 5, 2018

"If you're headed the wrong way, turn around."   When Justin Trudeau approved the Kinder Morgan pipeline, he had just been elected, and Rachel Notley was a national political darling. At the time, Notley was the first Albertan...

Growing GHGs from oil industry put Canadian climate goal further out of reach:...

Blog entry by Keith Stewart | February 26, 2018 1 comment

The Canadian government has filed a report with the United Nations that shows that the gap between the greenhouse gas reductions we promised to make under the Paris climate agreement and where current and planned policies will get us...

For Valentine’s Day: the Antarctic’s most loving animals

Blog entry by Willie Mackenzie | February 13, 2018 1 comment

The biggest hearts in the world are found in the Antarctic Ocean, so why not show them some love this Valentine’s Day? There’s always room for more love in the world – and today seemed like the perfect opportunity to spread a...

Tar Sands Pipeline ‘War of the Rosés’ fight missing wine and science

Blog entry by Mike Hudema | February 13, 2018

There’s been a lot written about last weeks ‘War of the rosés’ but one of the things that has been missed in that conversation is the science (or lack thereof) that preceded it all. Two years before Kinder Morgan was ever approved...

Pancakes Not Pipelines: The Fork In The Road

Blog entry by Keith Cherry | February 9, 2018

Photo credit: Mike Graeme Greenpeace Victoria local group organizer, Keith Cherry, shares his experience blockading the Kinder Morgan tar sands pipeline terminal in Burnaby, BC. The not-so-calm before the storm Last Sunday...

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