Posts Tagged ‘bakken oil’

How the worlds collide

Posted June 18th, 2014 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on How the worlds collide

The beauty of nature and the longing for a quieter life come into conflict more and more with an industrial economy that encroaches on everything we need for life. Corporate interests and democracy are increasingly in conflict as quality of life and industrialization collide in a crowded world.

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Enbridge: worse than Keystone XL, worse than TransCanada, bigger than both of them

Posted March 12th, 2014 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Enbridge: worse than Keystone XL, worse than TransCanada, bigger than both of them

Enbridge. Enbridge. Enbridge. It’s time to raise the profile of this pipeline corporation to the level of attention it truly deserves – bigger than TransCanada, its pipeline plans bigger than Keystone.

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January 2014 – news and things to do

Posted January 23rd, 2014 in Blog, New Creation News Comments Off on January 2014 – news and things to do

Project updates: recent presentations, pipelines, oil tanker trains, frac sand mining, and more.

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Where the change is really happening…

Posted October 17th, 2013 in Blog, Featured 1 Comment

Somethin’s happening here – and all over the place. The reasons are sad, but the happenings are not. In the past few decades or so, by as much stealth as possible, the crude oil transhipment network and the explosive growth of the fracking industry have crashed into local communities all around the country. Suddenly, farmers, small town residents, rural areas and cities are finding their “places,” their beloved places – the places that are home, family, community – under threat of contamination and destruction.

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