This Aboriginal Community Is Launching a Solar Project in the Heart of Canada’s Oil Sands

The Lubicon Lake Band in Little Buffalo, Alberta, is surrounded by fossil fuel extraction, and the province is lighting up with increasingly intense forest fires. A few years ago, the community experienced one of the largest oil spills in the province's history when 28,000 barrels of crude leaked onto their territory. A month ago, another pipeline burst, spurting 31,500 barrels of bitumen onto a nearby First Nation.

https://news.vice.com/article/this-aboriginal-community-is-launching-a-solar-project-in-the-heart-of-canadas-oil-sands?utm_source=vicenewstwitter

Lance Cheung

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