A large number of groups are working to oppose the proposed pipeline from Alberta’s oil sands to the coast of British Columbia. If you are involved in that effort, or you have ideas about how to improve the odds of success, please contact us.
First step: if you oppose the pipeline, sign the petition.
Here are some resources related to the pipeline and the effort to stop it:
- Demonstrating British Columbiaâ€™s beauty
- The Northern Gateway pipeline
- Strategies for stopping Gateway #1: The Hecate Strait
- Blocking the Northern Gateway pipeline
- Blocking in the oil sands
- Canadaâ€™s Third Great Pipeline Debate: The Political Landscape as the Northern Gateway Pipeline Hearings Start
- Risking it All â€“ Oil on our Coast â€“ by Twyla Roscovich
- Behind the Scenes of Conservation â€“ Great Bear: Our Crucial Choice
- Reuters: Factbox: Enbridge pipeline to the Pacific: facts and issues
- 350.org petition – Canadians Against the Oil Sands
- Pipe Up Against Enbridge
- Friends of Wild Salmon – blog on the Joint Review Panel hearings
- Leadnow.ca campaign
- Sierra Club BC – Tar Sands Pipeline and Tanker Traffic
- Greenpeace Canada – Stop the Pipeline
- WWF Canada – The Great Bear Sea: No place for a pipeline
Pipeline and tanker trouble
The impact to British Columbia’s communities, rivers, and Pacific coastline from tar sands oil transport
Published Nov. 29, 2011
By Living Oceans Society, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), Nathan Lemphers
There are also documents that can be sent by email to anyone who is interested in helping out.
Last updated: 18 June 2012.