This is a TV News Story that examines charges levelled by a pro-Tar Sands lobby group that pipeline opposition in BC is in fact funded by US oil interests to keep US supplies from Canada at a lower cost.
This is a TV news interview with Eoin Madden, the Wilderness Committee's climate campaigner, about strong public interest in participating in the Environmental Review process for Kinder Morgan's proposed Tar Sands pipeline to their Burrard Inlet tanker facility at Burnaby, British Columbia from Alberta.
This is a TV news story about the announcement that the Canadian National Energy board has just approved Enbridge's Northern Gateway Pipeline, designed to bring Alberta Tar Sands bitumen to the BC coast at Kitimat.
This is a TV news story about the strong and growing opposition to the Enbridge pipeline, which was recently approved by the National Energy Board (NEB). The Wilderness Committee's Gwen Barlee is interviewed in this news piece.
Save the Salish Sea: Protecting an Ecological Gem from Fossil Fuel Expansion.
With new fossil fuel export projects on the horizon, the Salish Sea is set to become one of the world's biggest carbon corridors. This new video looks at the threat that these projects pose to the region, and explains how BC is a critical point in the fight against climate change.
This is a TV News Report about the BC government saying no to the proposed Northern Gateway tar sands oil pipeline project. The Wilderness Committee's Eoin Madden explains how there is more than meets the eye in this announcement.
This is a TV news story about how a serious spill of Alberta oil in Arkansas is increasing concern in BC about proposals to build oil pipelines to Canada's Pacific coast. The Wilderness Committee's Eoin Madden is interviewed for this report.