Science & conservation for an oil free coast – UVic

Join Raincoast for a Fall 2016 update on our science and legal work to stop oil tanker and tar sands expansion on BC's coast

UVic event poster October 5 2016

Wednesday, October 5 2016
7 pm   Room A120
David Turpin Building 
University of Victoria

With a court case appealing aspects of the Northern Gateway court ruling (you read that correctly, here’s why), and a decision on Kinder Morgan expected this fall, now is a crucial time for our coast and its wildlife.

 Join Raincoast and UVic’s Society of Geography Students (SOGs) to be informed and inspired by our research and conservation efforts for Southern Resident killer whales, Fraser River salmon, and marine birds.

Download poster -UVic science-conservation-for-an-oil-free-coast

 

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