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Climate Convergence Metro Vancouver

Want some more skills when confronting Kinder Morgan? Here are some upcoming training sessions to help you out. [More details in events]

First Nations Leaders

From: Sarah Beuhler <>
Date: Thu, Nov 2, 2017 at 9:29 AM
Subject: [km_strategy] New email tool to tell the NEB to stay firm and not give in to Kinder Morgan bullying

Emilee Gilpin

Oct 30, 2017

[Environmentalist Karen Mahon shows her arrest papers, calling her to court February 28 for an act of mischief. Oct. 29, 2017. Photo by Emilee Gilpin - see photo with original]

When federal police were called to arrest people protesting the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion project in Burnaby on Saturday, two conflicting and equally powerful emotions came over veteran environmentalist Karen Mahon.

National Observer
Ocean Hyland (left) and elder Ta'ah (Amy George) of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation address the crowd, Oct. 28, 2017. Photo by Zack Embree

Pipeline protests escalated in B.C. on Saturday as First Nations and environmental activists paddled into Vancouver harbour in an attempt to disrupt construction at Kinder Morgan's pipeline terminal.

Kayactivists and RCMP Oct. 28, 2017 event

"Kinder Morgan’s Pipeline Will Never Be Built"

[see video with original]


For Immediate Release

Cates Park | Whey-ah-Wichen, Vancouver – RCMP arrested four "kayaktivists" who roped themselves to a Kinder Morgan barge in Burrard Inlet to protest the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline and tanker project this afternoon.

Jessica Clogg & Andrew Gage

The past year has seen communities around the world dealing with major weather events. Here in Canada flooding in Quebec and unprecedented wildfires in BC displaced tens of thousands, while the southern U.S. and South East Asia suffered from intense storms. Forget about polar bears – these communities are the new face of climate change.

Julia Conley
Nine-year-old Andre is one of seven children suing 47 European nations with the help of the Global Legal Action Network, arguing that the countries are not doing enough to combat climate change. (Photo: Bentler/Twitter)

"Whether we like it or not, we are going to be the main ones affected by the consequences that climate change entails."


Seven children in Portugal have hit their crowdfunding target for a lawsuit they are mounting against are 47 member nations of the Council of Europe—which they say are not doing enough to fight climate change.

The children initially hoped to raise £20,000 (about $26,000)—a goal they reached Thursday after less than a month of crowdfunding. They're now hoping to raise a total of £100,000.

the Indigenous americans
Standing Rock protest

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe won a significant victory today in its fight to protect the Tribe’s drinking water and ancestral lands from the Dakota Access pipeline.

A federal judge ruled that the federal permits authorizing the pipeline to cross the Missouri River just upstream of the Standing Rock reservation, which were hastily issued by the Trump administration just days after the inauguration, violated the law in certain critical respects.

Greenpeace staff
Kayaktivists Resisting New Pipeline Send Message to Kinder Morgan in Canada (Photo & Video)


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