climate change

Inflatable elephant reminds Environment Ministers new pipelines are going in the wrong direction for our climate

Media Release
January 29, 2016

OTTAWA – The Council of Canadians deployed a 10-foot inflatable elephant outside of Victoria Hall where federal, provincial and territorial Environment Ministers are meeting today to discuss a national climate plan. With a banner “New Pipelines? Old Ideas,” the group representing over 100,000 Canadians reminded Premiers that climate action means ending new fossil fuel infrastructure like oil pipelines and expansion in the Alberta tar sands.

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