If we want to see change from negotiations, we need to see fundamental changes in the way decisions are actually made. Politicians and bureaucrats with connections to oil and gas profiteers are not going to reduce greenhouse gas emissions because it is in their bank accounts' best interest to pollute. This holiday season give the gift of climate justice. Give the gifts of solidarity, resistance, and community power.
Communications Coordinator, 350.org
Maryam Adrangi is the Climate and Energy campaigner with the Council of Canadians.
Can I call you Ian? I hope so. Let's consider it a first step towards building that trust and confidence you seek with British Columbians. I read your <a href="http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Pipeline+hinges+relationships/6720011/story.html" target="_hplink">recent op-ed</a> in the Vancouver Sun and I had some follow-up questions and comments.
09/11/2012 07:10 EDT
Tar sands oil may soon be pumping through an Ontario pipeline near you. If you didn't know, it is likely because Enbridge doesn't want you to know that they are bringing the Kalamazoo disaster to your home province. It is called Line 9, and is part of the same Enbridge pipeline network as the pipe that spilled well over a million barrels of oil in 2010 into the Kalamazoo River.
07/25/2012 12:20 EDT
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