The Athabasca Chipewyan First Nations and other communities live at the front lines of the largest industrial project on earth. Much of ACFN’s traditional territories are home to tar sands rich deposits eyed by industry for exploitation. Tar sands extraction methods cause large scale and irreversible harm to our health, land, water, wildlife, and the global climate system that supports all life. Canadian and Albertan environmental protection laws have been greatly eroded in recent years, and what laws do exist are rarely if ever followed, or law-breakers penalized. Despite these and other well documented problems, industry and government plan to triple tar sands production, and won’t even stop there. The last remaining stronghold for challenging this mad rush lies within the rights and title held by First Nations peoples. You can join him to defend the treaties by pitching in here: http://www.honourtheacfn.ca/ (and when you do, you’ll get a chance to win tickets to see him as well)

The Athabasca Chipewyan First Nations and other communities live at the front lines of the largest industrial project on earth. Much of ACFN’s traditional territories are home to tar sands rich deposits eyed by industry for exploitation.

Tar sands extraction methods cause large scale and irreversible harm to our health, land, water, wildlife, and the global climate system that supports all life. Canadian and Albertan environmental protection laws have been greatly eroded in recent years, and what laws do exist are rarely if ever followed, or law-breakers penalized.

Despite these and other well documented problems, industry and government plan to triple tar sands production, and won’t even stop there.

The last remaining stronghold for challenging this mad rush lies within the rights and title held by First Nations peoples.

You can join him to defend the treaties by pitching in here: http://www.honourtheacfn.ca/ (and when you do, you’ll get a chance to win tickets to see him as well)

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