Reject Kinder Morgan and say ‘yes’ to recovery of endangered killer whales

Raincoast urges people to contact PM Trudeau and let him know that possible extinction for Southern Resident killer whales is not acceptable

Even without an oil spill, even without ship strikes, the underwater noise from increased shipping alone will push the endangered Southern Resident killer whales further toward extinction.

When cumulative effects are considered, these whales have a greater than 50% chance of being functionally extinct (PDF)within 100 years. Southern Residents are irreplaceable and valued across Canada and beyond.

Find out more and understand the foundation for these strong statements.

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