GREENPEACE CANADAProtesters Hold Banner in Solidarity with Clyde River – Residents are fighting a dangerous form of oil exploration that uses deafening Seismic Cannons to search for oil in Baffin Bay – Home to 90% of narwhals, ‘the unicorn of the sea.’ Clyde River, Nunavut. This small hamlet, population 1,100, is at the epicenter of an […]Read more "Greenpeace and Actress Emma Thompson to Join Jerry Natanine in Clyde River to Save Narwhals"
We’ve just launched a Kickstarter Campaign to bring our team to Clyde River to coincide with Greenpeace’s flotilla protest training for the residents fighting Seismic Cannon Blasting for oil in Baffin Bay. We’ll also head up to Pond Inlet to film Narwhal’s and their Wakes 😉 Please support and share widely as the fate of […]Read more "Our Documentary Team Needs Your Help to Film Narwhals In The Arctic!"
In this video we recently edited from footage we captured during our production in Toronto, Mayor Jerry Natanine talks about his appreciation for Narwhals, the effects of seismic cannon mapping, the Federal Court in Toronto and his appeal against the Canadian National Energy Board’s decision to allow oil & gas exploration to begin this summer […]Read more "Mayor Jerry Natanine for Keep Narwhals Real! And The Launch of Our Hatchfund Campaign"
Did you know that earlier this year, 75 scientists cautioned President Obama against the adverse effects seismic blasting may have on marine life in an official letter? While the residents of Clyde River, that depend upon marine mammals for survival, were told by the Seismic Cannon Mapping companies (TGS, PGS, and Multi Klient) representatives that there […]Read more "75 Marine Research Scientists Sign Letter to President Obama Warning of Dangers of Seismic Cannon Mapping"
Wondering what you can do? Or wondering whether or not narwhals are real? Well, you can sign the Greenpeace and Clyde River petition here for starters. And, secondly, they are real. Here’s some proof. And here’s some more. Need More? As it turns out, Narwhals Are Real! And they’re in danger this summer from oil […]Read more "Let’s Keep Narwhals Real!"