The Wilderness Committee's Water and Wildlife Campaigner Eric Reder is interviewed by CJOB in Winnipeg on the recently published Lake Overload report. They discuss the threats facing Lake Winnipeg and Lake Erie, as well as what we need to do to save the lakes.
Climate Campaigner Peter McCartney is on the ground at the Kwekwecnewtxw, which translates to "a place to watch from." A Watch House is a traditional structure of the Coast Salish people that has been used for tens of thousands of years to watch for enemies on their territories. Peter talks to Will George, a member of Tsleil-Waututh Nation, about the protests taking place at the Kinder Morgan Westridge Marine Terminal.
In this episode we bring you to a sparsely populated island off the coast of northwestern US where hundreds of environmental activists gather to practice seaborne drills to disrupt construction on Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd's Westridge crude oil terminal. "Line in the sand" is produced by Wilderness Committee's Climate Campaigner Peter McCartney. We bring you personal stories from the front lines on those standing up to big oil.