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  • 21 dirty oil pipelines & train projects delayed or stopped
  • 65 Million acres of forests protected from logging
  • $1 Billion in corporate purchasing shifted to more responsible sources

These incredible results are made possible with help from you. Help us in our efforts to protect our communities, climate and environment from the risks associated with outdated, climate-polluting energy. We are strongest when we stand together.

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  • Building Trans Mountain Pipeline will 'seal fate of southern resident orcas'

    Unceded Coast Salish Territories (VANCOUVER, BC) — The Canadian federal government today gave the National Energy Board 22 weeks to reconsider vessel traffic impacts to the southern resident orcas as part of the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project. A reconsideration of oil tanker traffic impacts was one of the rulings handed down by the Federal Court of Appeal when it quashed approval of the project earlier this month.

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