Wellhead to Tidewater: Joining forces against TMX

In this weekly webinar series hosted by Pull Together, we'll learn from impacted communities along the whole Trans Mountain pipeline and tanker route.

**NOTE : Webinar Series begins February 11th. 

Due to the Federal Court of Appeal decision, we will be shifting our webinar series to begin on Tuesday, February 11th, at  5pm PST 

We will be starting with a legal analysis of the Trans Mountain decision, and the next steps in the Pull Together campaign, by lawyer Eugene Kung. We will reschedule Eriel Deranger's presentation at the earliest possible opportunity.



Eugene Kung

February 11th:

Eugene Kung from West Coast Environmental Law will speak to the legal challenges communities have launched, what these cases mean for First Nations along the route, and the impacts of the project on the Squamish community. 


Kayah George

February 18th: 

Kayah George will be speaking as a Tsleil-Waututh Nation and Tulalip Tribes youth on what her community has been organizing and the impacts of the super tankers on the Salish Sea, as well as on language and culture. 


Anjali Appadurai

February 25th: 

Anjali Appadurai from Sierra Club B.C. and the Padma Centre for Climate Justice will be speaking on the global climate movement and organizing against climate change, and what this pipeline’s impact on Canada’s commitment on greenhouse gas emissions and the global South. 


Isabella Zizi

March 3rd: 

Isabella Zizi of the Protect the Bay Coalition and Stand.Earth will be speaking about the impacts of the Trans Mountain pipeline and tankers down in California: the plan to dredge San Francisco Bay to make room for more supertankers, the impacts of the refinery expansion, and what resistance looks like where she lives. 


Eriel Tchekwie Deranger

Date TBD

Eriel Deranger from Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation will be speaking on organizing against tar sands with Indigenous Climate action. She will speak on the connections between Teck Frontier Mine and the Trans Mountain project, and what tar sands extraction means to her community. 


Wellhead to Tidewater: Joining forces against TMX

We are so excited for our upcoming Webinar Series: "From Wellhead to Tidewater”. This is an opportunity to hear from some of the most committed leaders in the movement for a safe climate and an oil-free future: learn how you can join forces with Indigenous leaders, legal experts and youth activists to stop the Trans Mountain pipeline and build power from Canada’s tar sands to the tanker terminals in the Salish Sea and through Cascadia to San Francisco Bay.
Attend all 5, or choose times and topics that work for you.
These are interactive presentations
that will allow for participant Q&As and dialogue.
We'll feature the recordings of each webinar on this page once they are completed. 

Feb 11, 2020 05:00 PM.  |  Feb 18, 2020 05:00 PM  |   Feb 25, 2020 05:00 PM  |   Mar 3, 2020 05:00 PM  |   Mar 10, 2020 05:00 PM

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