110 Scientists Band Together To Stand Up For Native Rights, Against Keystone XL in Canada


June 17, 2015, bluenationreview.com | “A group of more than 100 scientists, ranging from economists to geophysicists, have come together to stand against development in the Alberta oil sands, Indian Country Today Media Network reports.  In a letter to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, the scientists invoked the treaty rights of aboriginal people, Native sovereignty, and scientific evidence in their statement against the extraction of bituminous crude from Alberta.”

Ami Linden shared a link to GoodNews FortheEarth‘s Timeline.
Native Americans are on the front lines of this fight, and they will make powerful allies in our battle to protect our planet.
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