In preparation for Break Free From Fossil Fuels on May 14 the Langley chapter will be hosting an art build and potluck at Windsong Cohousing.
Come and create a master piece, learn what PIPE UP is about, and enjoy some food and great company.
Don't want to participate in the art? Not coming to the May 14th event? Come and hang out anyways!
SUPER kid friendly and light refreshments provided
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Join the Surrey Chapter to learn more and get involved!
We’ll take action on the water and the shore in MetroVancouver, unceded Coast Salish Territories, on May 13th and 14th to show that people power and 100% renewable energy are the future.
It’s time to break free from tar sands pipelines and other projects that lock us into decades of fossil fuel expansion.
If Big Oil gets its way, the Kinder Morgan pipeline could be approved by the end of 2016. In May, the National Energy Board will make its final recommendation on the project. At the same time, the government will start its final Kinder Morgan review.
This is our chance to stand together and show that building new fossil fuel projects is the wrong direction for Canada’s energy future.
Join us on May 13th & 14th to Break Free from fossil fuels in Vancouver! RSVP here to receive all the latest updates on the action:canada.breakfree2016.org
Make sure you invite your friends!!
The government has announced that it will then engage in further consultations with Canadians regarding approval of Kinder Morgan's proposed expansion and the application of a climate test.
This event is hosted by the PIPE UP Network and allies to assist local residents to prepare for the upcoming federal reveiw.
First Nations, as the first stewards of the land, water and the air, have a vested interest in resource development and in climate change. This forum will consider... the First Nations perspective and will also examine the economic case for "getting our resources to tidewater." What are the effects on the climate and the what are the alternatives?
The event is being hosted at the Sumas First Nation reserve, and we acknowledge that this land is unceded territory.
Special Guests include:
* Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, UBCIC
* Ben West from TankerFree BC
And more to be announced soon!
All are welcome to attend (including families); food and refreshments will be provided.
Join us for an evening of amazing music and stories with Luke Wallace.
Hosted by the PIPE UP Network, Kwantlen Public Interest Research Group, and Village Surrey