Oil - Pipelines

23/05/21
Author: 
Lars Henriksson
Pipeline blow up

May 22, 2021

The choice between well-behaved protests and sabotage is incorrectly posed

Last month, Simon Butler reviewed How to Blow Up a Pipeline for Climate & Capitalism. We don’t normally publish two reviews of the same book, but we think this article makes a substantial contribution to the discussion.

19/05/21
Author: 
Chris Campbell
This Anna's Hummingbird was spotted near where Trans Mountain crews are working to clear the way for a pipeline.  Donna Clark

May 13, 2021

A fundraising campaign has been started

A group that pushed the federal government into halting logging in Burnaby due to risks to bird nests is now fundraising to expand its network.

19/05/21
Author: 
Earl Peach
I'm attaching Earle Peach's statement to the court.  Yesterday he was given a two-week sentence (plus a one-year period of probation following his release!) for contempt of court in violating the TMX injunction.
 
Please send letters of support to Earle Peach, Bravo North, North Fraser Pretrial Centre, 1451 Kingsway, Coquitlam, B.C., V3C 1S2.
 
In solidarity,
 
Will Offley
 
18/05/21
Author: 
Earle Peach

I'm attaching Earle Peach's statement to the court.  Yesterday he was given a two-week sentence (plus a one-year period of probation following his release!) for contempt of court in violating the TMX injunction.

Please send letters of support to Earle Peach, Bravo North, North Fraser Pretrial Centre, 1451 Kingsway, Coquitlam, B.C., V3C 1S2.

In solidarity,

Will Offley

 

12/05/21
Author: 
Yoel Minkoff - SA Editor

This might have an impact on the perceived "need" for TMX. - Gene McGuckin

07/05/21
Author: 
Carl Meyer
Export Development Canada headquarters in downtown Ottawa, June 25, 2018. Photo by Alex Tétreault
May 5th 2021

A Crown corporation’s financial support to the oil and gas sector came under scrutiny Tuesday as part of a new legal opinion outlining Canada’s obligations in responding to the climate crisis.

03/05/21
Author: 
Amanda Coletta
02 May 21

or Michigan’s governor, the 645-mile pipeline jeopardizes the Great Lakes. For Canada’s natural resources minister, its continued operation is “nonnegotiable.”

29/04/21
Author: 
Robert Hackett & Hanna Araza
If Canadians want a conversation about energy and climate policy undistorted by Big Oil's outsized influence, newspapers still matter. Are they doing the job? Illustration by Hanna Araza

April 29th 2021

We are living in a climate emergency. Canada's government admits that. But as Seth Klein has brilliantly shown in A Good War, provincial and federal policies fall far short of the scale of the challenge. One reason for Canada's laggardly climate policies is the economic, cultural and political power of the fossil fuel industries.

29/04/21
Author: 
Insure Our Future
Oil pipes

Coalition Denounces Decision, Pledges to Ramp Up Pressure on Remaining Insurers to Cut Ties with Trans Mountain

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