On last week’s show we brought you to Idaho and Montana, where hundreds of trucks were routed to haul gigantic mining equipment to the Tar Sands oil fields of Alberta Canada, but an alliance of citizens and community groups was able to block the transport through environmentally sensitive land.
This week we continue the saga of the megaloads heading to the Tar Sands through the Pacific Northwest and Northern Rockies. We also follow two more tendrils of the Tar Sands project stretching from Alberta to the coast of British Columbia.
This is the second of a two part special, on the growing resistance to the tar sands, produced by Barbara Bernstein.
Listen the the first part here.
- Kevin Lewis, Idaho Rivers United conservation director
- Linwood Laughy, writer & historian
- Borg Hendrickson, Clearwater Country co-author
- Andrew Nikiforuk, Tar Sands: Dirty Oil and the Future of a Continent author
- Bob Skinner, Canada School of Energy and the Environment interim director
- Annick Smith, A River Runs Through It co-producer
- Bob Gentry, environmental attorney
- Steven Hawley, Recovering a Lost River author
- David James Duncan, The Heart of the Monster co-author
- Zack Porter, All Against The Haul executive director
- Steve Seninger, University of Montana economist
- Spider McKnight, All Against the Haul communications specialist