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  • 143,000 people join growing ‘Too Dirty to Wear’ campaign, demand bold climate leadership from Levi’s Statement

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    SAN FRANCISCO, CA — This Valentine’s Day, more than a dozen climate activists descended upon Levi’s headquarters in San Francisco to deliver a message of love: the iconic jean company should be a fashion industry leader in protecting our climate.

    “We’re here to send Levi’s CEO Chip Bergh a positive message: We love Levi’s jeans, but it’s time for the company to be a climate leader, not a climate laggard,” said Kristina Flores, Climate Campaigner at Stand.earth.

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  • Justin Trudeau receives thousands of valentines from Americans brokenhearted by his love for pipelines Statement

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    SAN FRANCISCO — More than 5,200 Americans so far have delivered cheeky digital valentines to Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calling on him to stop construction of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline. The digital valentines are part of the “Dearest Justin” campaign, which is crowdfunding to get its valentine-themed TV ad on air in Ottawa this spring.

    The valentine reads:

    My Dearest Justin,

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  • Oil spill near Vancouver, B.C. proves risk of increase in Kinder Morgan tankers Statement

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    Vancouver, B.C. — An oil spill off the coast of Vancouver in Howe Sound, which has dumped hundreds of litres of diesel into the local marine environment, is being decried by environmental groups today as proof of the danger of increased tanker traffic that could result from the Kinder Morgan pipeline.

    Howe Sound is the unceded territory of the Squamish Nation, who have never given consent for oil tankers to traverse their territory.

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