The Action Camp


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This is the second video subMedia.tv has produced about the struggle to stop a natural gas transport project called the Pacific Trails Pipeline or PTP. The Unis’tot’en, a clan of the Wet’suet’en Nation have built a protection camp to bock PTP, in so called British Columbia in Canada. This is the third time the Unis’tot’en have called for a convergence in their territories.

This year’s camp attracted over 150 people who came from as far east as Montreal and as far south as Florida. The camp organizers opted not to tap large environmental ngo’s for material support, and instead reached out to grassroots, community based allies.

Out of the proposed pipeline projects that would cross  through Unis’tot’en land, Pacific Trails is the first one slated to begin construction and poses and immediate threat. The PTP project is partnership between Apache Canada, Encana and EOG Resources formerly Enron Oil and Gas. The 463-kilometer PTP pipeline would connect a liquified natural gas port in the pacific ocean to the Spectra Energy Westcoast Pipeline in North East BC, with the aim of transporting gas extracted through fracking, to overseas markets.

The much talked about Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline would transport tar sands oil from Fort McMurray, an extraction project that is devastating the nature and indigenous communities in the Athabasca region of Northern Alberta. The Enbridge pipeline would be built side by side to the PTP.

These dirty energy schemes not only threaten nature and indigenous communities in the north. They also have global implications. If decisive action is not taken to stop the flows of oil and gas, the effects of global climate change could be catastrophic for people, plants and animals the world over. This is why Indigenous people and their allies traveled from far away to this camp. Our next report will focus on the student strike in Quebec and how it evolved into a social movement. To help make this happen click here to make a donation.
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    10 Responses to “The Action Camp”

  • […] or PTP.  A clan of the Wet’suet’en Nation, the Unis’tot’en,  have built a protection camp to block […]

  • […] from http://www.submedia.tv Topics:  Wetsuweten Canada noted events oil & gas pipelines var OB_langJS = […]

  • jcivil says:

    Beautiful powerful work.

    Stand and organize.

  • […] video put out by SubMedia TV shows interviews from members of the Wet’suwet’en Nation as well as organizers and […]

  • @theorynerd says:

    You should throw this article on your twitter feed. It’s pretty fucken good!

    http://news.infoshop.org/article.php?story=20120906170047237

  • […] This is the second video subMedia.tv has produced about the struggle to stop a natural gas transport project called the Pacific Trails Pipeline or PTP. The Unis’tot’en, a clan of the Wet’suet’en Nation have built a protection camp to block PTP, in so called British Columbia in Canada. This is the third time the Unis’tot’en have called for a convergence in their territories. Check out the rest of the written piece underneath the subMedia video. http://submedia.tv/stimulator/2012/08/23/the-action-camp/ […]

  • Solidarity from Texas! Yall are inspiring to us! Thanks for all you do.

    Please check out this video of Texans fighting back against tar sands. http://vimeo.com/49123269

  • The BC Liberal is discrminate the vancouver occupy people and the federal goverment is discriminate the vancouver occupy the and the vancouver police is keeping a record of the vancouver occupy people that is not good .There is a allot of discrimination from the vancouver police we have to fight an attact the vancouver police

    Please sent me a email to anthony100ellis@hotmail.com

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