The spotlight is on oil sands development in Canada and it is a perfect storm of economic, social, and environmental realities, part fact, part fiction and promises - clearly affecting us all. It's a situation that calls out to citizens to educate themselves and listen to the voices of sustainability who are speaking from an integrated, whole systems understanding of our world and speak on behalf of Mother Earth. Fundamentally, it's a place and from that place, home to indigenous peoles, comes the Keystone XL pipeline expansion project, which, if approved, would carry heavy crude from Alberta, Canada, to refineries in the United States.
Curated by mokiethecat
The Scale of It All by Edward Burtynsky
Discussion of the scale of our waste stream, the landscape of oil, the energy envelope, and the issue of sustainability by photographer Burtynsky.
EarthSayer Edward Burtynsky
The True Cost of Oil: Tar Sands by Garth Lenz
Tar Sands Oil Extraction - The Dirty Truth
XL Keystone Pipeline by MrEnergy Czar
No Pipelines by Ben West, Carleen Thomas, Gabriel Saloman
Jobs and Economy Building Perspective of Oil Producers
Secretary Clinton on Keystone Pipeline Project
Rights of Mother Earth and Tar Sands by Clayton Thomas-Muller
Don't Stomach Keystone
Tar Sands Oil Pipeline Ruptures in Arkansas by ExxonMobil