By Stephen D'Arcy, Toban Black, Tony Weis, Joshua Kahn Russell
The struggle over the tar sands in North the USA is without doubt one of the epic environmental and social justice battles of our time, and one of many first that has controlled to marry really explicitly hindrance for frontline groups and fast neighborhood dangers with worry for the way forward for the total planet. Tar sands “development” comes with an incredible environmental and human fee. yet tar sands opponents—fighting a robust foreign industry—are likened to terrorists; executive environmental scientists are muzzled; and public hearings are hid and rushed. but, regardless of the bold political and fiscal energy at the back of the tar sands, many competitors are actively construction foreign networks of resistance, hard pipeline plans whereas resisting threats to Indigenous sovereignty and democratic participation. together with prime voices all in favour of the fight opposed to the tar sands, A Line within the Tar Sands deals a serious research of the influence of the tar sands and the demanding situations competitors face of their efforts to prepare powerful resistance. individuals comprise Angela Carter, invoice McKibben, Brian Tokar, Christine Leclerc, Clayton Thomas-Muller, Crystal Lameman, Dave Vasey, Emily Coats, Eriel Deranger, Greg Albo, Jeremy Brecher, Jess worthy, Jesse Cardinal, Joshua Kahn Russell, Lilian Yap, Linda Capato, Macdonald Stainsby, Martin Lukacs, Matt Leonard, Melina Laboucan-Massimo, Naomi Klein, Rae Breaux, Randolph Haluza-DeLay, Rex Weyler, Ryan Katz-Rosene, Sâkihitowin Awâsis, Sonia provide, Stephen D’Arcy, Toban Black, Tony Weis, Tyler McCreary, Winona LaDuke, and Yves Engler.
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The Declaration enshrines the right to “free, prior and informed consent” in relation to any projects that may affect Indigenous homelands and livelihoods. Such rights are increasingly being trampled on by the expansion of the tar sands landscape and the extension of pipelines across North America, as objections on the basis of health, culture, and livelihoods are routinely ignored or dismissed by both corporations and governments. While Indigenous rights to self-determination remain just as crucial in areas where treaty agreements do not exist, it is also crucial to recognize how extraction, refining, and pipeline operations violate a series of treaty agreements that should provide legal protection against ongoing colonial activities.
Pipelines and Resistance across Turtle Island SÂKIHITOWIN AWÂSIS 24. What Does It Mean to Be a Movement? A Proposal for a Coherent, Powerful, Indigenous-Led Movement EMILY COATS 25. Expanding the Fossil Fuel Resistance BILL MCKIBBEN 26. Secondary Targeting: A Strategic Approach to Tar Sands Resistance STEPHEN D’ARCY 27. From the Tar Sands to “Green Jobs”? Work and Ecological Justice GREG ALBO AND LILIAN YAP 28. Tar Sands, Extreme Energy, and the Future of the Climate Movement BRIAN TOKAR Acknowledgements Notes Index List of Contributors Greg Albo is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at York University.
Assembling Consent in Alberta: Hegemony and the Tar Sands RANDOLPH HALUZA-DELAY 3. The Rise of Reactionary Environmentalism in the Tar Sands RYAN KATZ-ROSENE 4. Canadian Diplomatic Efforts to Sell the Tar Sands YVES ENGLER 5. The Environmental NGO Industry and Frontline Communities DAVE VASEY 6. Canada’s Eastward Pipelines: A Corporate Export Swindle, Confronted by Cross-Country Resistance MARTIN LUKACS 7. Migrant Justice and the Tar Sands Industry INTERVIEW WITH HARSHA WALIA BY JOSHUA KAHN RUSSELL 8.
A Line in the Tar Sands: Struggles for Environmental Justice by Stephen D'Arcy, Toban Black, Tony Weis, Joshua Kahn Russell