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Shocking Oil Sands before and after

What are Oil Sands? Oil sands are a natural mixture of sand, water, clay and a type of oil called bitumen. Due to their dark, sticky appearance, they’re often called “tar…

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Cleanup Detroit: Actions to become green

Detroit was once the heart of American industry. Then came the crisis – a quarter of the people left the city. A lot of space for new things. Also for a healthier and better way of life. But therefore, some actions were needed to cleanup Detroit. The Greening of…
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CLARITY EXISTING PETCOKE IN ECORSE NOT RIVER ROUGE

Friday and Saturday (August 30-31 2013) were times of community gathering in River Rouge – it was River Rouge Appreciation Day and about 100 people came out to Belanger Park for food, discussion, and entertainment. During the event I was given the opportunity to discuss…
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Canada's Oil Pipelines: Danger of Aging

Old pipelines leak more than new ones Canada’s oil pipelines have one major weakness: aging. The Pegasus Pipeline primer on TransCanada’s West-East pipeline was 65 years old when it ruptured. Older pipelines, which have undergone decades of wear and corrosion, can be…
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Oil Sands Companies

Oil sands are a type of unconventional petrol deposit, most of which are located in Alberta, Canada. Oil sands in Canada are the world’s third largest reserve of oil, behind Saudi Arabia and Venezuela. Oil sands companies have secured Canada’s place in the global oil…
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Shocking Oil Sands before and after

What are Oil Sands? Oil sands are a natural mixture of sand, water, clay and a type of oil called bitumen. Due to their dark, sticky appearance, they’re often called “tar sands” – although it’s actually the bitumen that forms the thick…
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Everything You Need to Know About Fossil Fuel Power

Fossil fuels are hydrocarbons, primarily coal, fuel oil or natural gas, formed from the remains of dead plants and animals. They are a major source of energy globally, however burning fossil fuels for energy contributes to rising emissions which drives climate…
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What is the most abundant fossil fuel?

Despite the clear need for us to transition to green energy, fossil fuels still dominate our energy markets. But what is our planet’s most abundant fossil fuel? The Most Abundant Fossil Fuel Crown Goes to…Coal Nations like Saudi Arabia have major…
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Some of the issues

Interview with WDIV, Channel 4 at the human blockade action on Monday, June 24 2013 at TransFlo Terminal. The topics covered in thevideo were: Illegal dumpinghas been happening since November 2012 to present. Triggered by MarathonRefinery’s…

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