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“Although PTP is proceeding relatively unnoticed, the Unist’ot’en and Liksamasu Clans of the Wet’suet’en Nation have asserted Free Prior and Informed Consent Protocol, to protect the life of their lands and water.  Though I am not claiming to speak on their behalf, this initiative embodies an empowering president, for strategic resistance through revitalization.
The construction phase for the Pacific Trail Pipelines has now officially started.  The pipeline will be built from both ends, converging on their Territory as a final point of resistance.  The Unist’ot’en are now calling for supporters to begin work on shutting down the present construction process…..The Unist’ot’en are taking responsibility to protect their future
as well as to confront the systemic forces of capitalism and colonialism,
which are driving climate change and unconventional resource extraction”

– From Grassroots Rendering


Grassroots Rendering

This project was created to support the efforts of the Unist’ot’en Clan to oppose fracking and tarsands Pipeline development in Northern British Columbia.  3D Animations were created by generating terrain with real world height data, and by animating Industrial Abstraction and Forest Rendering Project features.

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Recently, there has been wide spread resistance against Tarsands Expansion, especially In opposition to the Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipelines.  The BC government is upholding the project on economic grounds, and the Canadian government is set to approve the Noerthern Gateway in June.

Enbridge anticipates its development to start  in early 2015.  But before then, the Pacific Trail Pipelines will be constructed, transporting fracked gas from British Columbia’s shale formations to numerous export terminals in Kitimat.


The Pacific Trail Pipelines, known as PTP, will literally carve a path through vast forests and  mountains, establishing maintenance roads along the route…

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