The Spirit Bear from The Great Bear Rainforest in B.C., Canada

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on Feb 10, 2013
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Spoil: Photographers Save the World (and the Bear).

“The Enbridge oil company company plans on building a pipeline right through this environment delivering tons of crude oil to be picked up by supertankers in the narrow inlets of Kitimat. These tankers will have to navigate through a maze of islands and narrow waterways carrying ridiculous amounts of dirty oil from the tar sands. A spill will be catastrophic for all the species in the area including terrestrial species due to salmon being a keystone species.”

“Spoil – Documentary on the Great Bear Rainforests under threat by DIRTY TARSANDS / OILSANDS”

SPOIL – A powerful documentary on the Great Bear Rainforest by EP Films.
The film shows the splendour of nature with some beautiful photography. It highlights the nature we all want to protect, but our blinkered and incessant addiction to burn more oil, is helping to destroy.

Spoil is a lovely film and a perfect way to encourage us all to help protect and nurture nature and not destroy it for the sake of dirty oil. We need to stop buying dirty oil and move faster into clean renewable electricity.

We all have the choice to support and promote clean renewable sources of energy and wean ourselves off of our addiction to burning fossil fuels.
• Switch your energy supplier to a company that is making concerted efforts in clean, renewable electricity.
• Next time you buy a vehicle, insist on purchasing an electric vehicle.
• Make it known to your politicians that the Tar sands must stop.
• Get involved with a group that is helping to stop the oil sands and its infrastructure. EG……

SPOIL – Wins Top Environmental Award at Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival.…

See The Tipping Point: The Age of the Oil Sands
See Spoil on Vimeo
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