On November 16th, Canadians from coast to coast to coast are coming together to take a stand to stop dangerous pipelines, reckless tar sands expansion and runaway climate change.
We believe we can do better, and a build a clean, just, and safe energy future that people across Canada can be proud of.
What happens when you combine one photographer, one organizer, 1,500 square feet of cardboard, two cans of paint, four paint rollers, an army of volunteers, and one BIG idea?
The Überdrop. You get...the Überdrop.
This is a birds eye view timelapse of the event.
Inspired by umbrella demonstrations in recent news, blue droppers in Vancouver are going to turn 350 umbrella-sized drops, which we'll hold over our heads, into one, gigantic ÜBERDROP!
Protecting the Sacred: One step at a time
The tar sands are growing out of control, destroying the climate for all Canadians and poisoning the water of everyone living downstream.
On July 5th and 6th, hundreds of people came together from coast to coast to join First Nations and Metis in the Healing Walk, a gathering focused on healing the environment and the people who are suffering from tar sands expansion.
Hope the Whale, 2013
A group of Vancouver multi-media artists built a 25 foot whale to bring to the Enbridge public hearings to symbolize the expansive and growing community of people with a vision of an oil-free coast in BC.
The sculpture is designed to be a welcoming, collaborative, visual, interactive and peaceful approach to supporting a healthy environment. The whale will amplify our a collective messages of hope and a vision for a healthy ocean, water, land, communities, green economy, cultures and people.
On October 14th, 2013 Sundance Chief Rueben George of Tsliel-Waututh led Squamish, Musqueam, and settler allies in offering prayers to the Waters in front of the Kinder Morgan Oil Tanker filling Facility. The prayers were offered to give something good back to our mother earth, from whom we take so much. The ceremony was held to pray, and to express opposition to the expansion of the Tarsands, Pipelines and oil Tanker traffic on the coast.