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Shoot: Tar Sands Action and Landscapes at Suncor Facility

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Greenpeace activists deploy a 30 x 7 metre floating banner reading "Dying for Climate Leadership" on the Athabasca river between a Suncor upgrader and mining site in the heart of the Canadian tar sands. Another team of activists shut down two huge bitumen conveyor belts on the mine site. The action is sending a message to world leaders that the tar sands are a global climate crime, and must be stopped.
Tar Sands Action at Suncor Facility in Canada
30 Sep, 2009
Tar Sands Action at Suncor Facility in Canada
Tar Sands Action at Suncor Facility in Canada
30 Sep, 2009
Tar Sands Action at Suncor Facility in Canada
Tar Sands Action at Suncor Facility in Canada
30 Sep, 2009
Tar Sands Action at Suncor Facility in Canada
Tar Sands Action at Suncor Facility in Canada
30 Sep, 2009
Tar Sands Action at Suncor Facility in Canada
Tar Sands Action at Suncor Facility in Canada
30 Sep, 2009
Tar Sands Action at Suncor Facility in Canada
Tar Sands Action at Suncor Facility in Canada
30 Sep, 2009
Tar Sands Action at Suncor Facility in Canada
Tar Sands Action at Suncor Facility in Canada
30 Sep, 2009
Tar Sands Action at Suncor Facility in Canada
Suncor Operations in Alberta Tar Sands
30 Sep, 2009
Suncor Operations in Alberta Tar Sands
Athabasca River in Canada
28 Sep, 2009
Athabasca River in Canada
Suncor Operations in Alberta Tar Sands
28 Sep, 2009
Suncor Operations in Alberta Tar Sands
Suncor Operations in Alberta Tar Sands
28 Sep, 2009
Suncor Operations in Alberta Tar Sands
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