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EcoWatch

Dec 5 '13
First Nations and Allies Stand Strong in Fight Against Enbridge Tar Sands Pipeline
The proposed 525,000 barrel per day Enbridge Northern Gateway tar sands pipeline would run 731 miles (1,177 km) from Alberta, traversing dangerous, hard to access mountains, and crossing sensitive river ecosystems that First Nations in the region rely on for the salmon that thrive there, on its way to the Spirit Bear Coast.
The pipeline would terminate in Kitimat, British Columbia, where giant oil supertankers, aiming to take tar sands to Asia or elsewhere in the world, would put coastal areas at risk of tar sands spills, a significant threat given the narrow channels as well as the large waves and strong winds often experienced in the region …
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http://ecowatch.com/2013/12/05/first-nations-stand-against-enbridge-tar-sands-pipeline/

First Nations and Allies Stand Strong in Fight Against Enbridge Tar Sands Pipeline

The proposed 525,000 barrel per day Enbridge Northern Gateway tar sands pipeline would run 731 miles (1,177 km) from Alberta, traversing dangerous, hard to access mountains, and crossing sensitive river ecosystems that First Nations in the region rely on for the salmon that thrive there, on its way to the Spirit Bear Coast.

The pipeline would terminate in Kitimat, British Columbia, where giant oil supertankers, aiming to take tar sands to Asia or elsewhere in the world, would put coastal areas at risk of tar sands spills, a significant threat given the narrow channels as well as the large waves and strong winds often experienced in the region …

SEE MORE:

http://ecowatch.com/2013/12/05/first-nations-stand-against-enbridge-tar-sands-pipeline/

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