Monthly Archive: June 2014

Jun 27

Pipeline Symposium: Well Rehearsed, Dishonest, But the Crowd Wasn’t Buying It

Credit: David Cassleman

Last Tuesday evening, Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council, an environmental advocacy organization in Northern Michigan, hosted representatives from Enbridge, the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), the Environmental Protection Agency, the US Coast Guard and several other agencies at a high school in Petoskey, Michigan to talk about Enbridge’s Line 5. Line 5 …

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Jun 25

Landing on Our Feet: Summer Action Camp!


The global movements for a just and resilient future build community power and momentum by the day. With every ecological devastation, we the people are resisting and rising. With every community displaced or exploited in the name of growth & “development” that only benefits a few, neighbors and communities are connecting and awakening to their …

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Jun 18

Unist’ot’en Clan Refuse All Pipelines

Unist’ot’en peoples, an autonomous clan pledge to continue to build resistance against pipelines and other extractive methods in their territory. MI-CATS stand with all indigenous people defending their land against harsh extraction and colonialism. Asserting Indigenous Law Over Unceded Lands