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Filmmaker Corey Ogilvie has produced a great new short film on the risks versus benefits of Enbridge's proposed new pipeline that would take raw bitumen from the tar sands to the coast of British Columbia.
This film focuses on the impacts of the inevitable spills from the pipeline. There are, of course, also impacts from the pipeline when it doesn't spill—upstream impacts on Alberta's land, air and water from digging up the tar sands, and downstream impacts from the climate change caused by burning the oil.
Time for an Energy Revolution.
Watch the video below.
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