23 mai 2013: Speaking Up For Future Generations – Disrupting Pro-Tar Sands Conference

23 mai 2013: Speaking Up For Future Generations – Disrupting Pro-Tar Sands Conference

Sur mediacoop.ca, un site de nouvelles indépendant:

manifestation d’autochotnes Anishinabe et leurs alliéEs contre l’inversion de la ligne 9 à Sarnia.

“The impacts of industrial development in the area now known as Chemical Valley are deep. The relationship between the 63 petrochemical industries and the occupied lands they are on is not a coincidence. The devastating affects corporations like Imperial Oil, Enbridge and Polysar have had on the environment, through contamination and corporate irresponsibility disproportionately impact bordering, and downstream Indigenous communities such as Aamjiwnaang and Walpole First Nations. The SunCor Energy refinery alone is responsible for processing 85,000 barrels per-day of gasoline, kerosene, jet and diesel fuels.”

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