A group of about 30 kayakers with the Mosquito Fleet floated alongside a tanker in Elliot Bay near Seattle, inbound from BC.
On-water direct action to halt the export of oil, gas and coal through the Salish Sea.
Mosquito Fleet is seeking support for our campaign to stop the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion, a multi-pronged campaign targeting energy giant Kinder Morgan from several strategic angles to defeat the project; all part of our mission to defuse the Tar Sands carbon bomb and paddle Big Oil out of the Salish Sea.
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Protest was spurred on by the 28 anti-Kinder Morgan activists arrested in Burnaby
A group of about 30 kayakers in Seattle protested the potential impact of the Kinder Morgan pipeline project in Canada.
Watch: A flotilla surrounded an oil barge near the Port of Seattle.
Mosquito Fleet’s Zara Greene told King5 that the pipeline expansion would threaten communities on both sides of the U.S.-Canadian border. “Kinder Morgan is a threat to us all,” she said.
A group calling itself the Mosquito Fleet surrounded a company tanker in the terminal in 30 kayaks. It was reminiscent of the old Greenpeace days when zodiacs used to harass whaling vessels in the 1970s on the high seas.
About 30 “kayaktivists” with the group Mosquito Fleet surrounded a large oil barge near the Port of Seattle and held a large banner that read “Stop Kinder Morgan.”
A coalition of 30 activists with the groups Stand.Earth and Mosquito Fleet surrounded a large oil tanker and held banners and signs calling for an end to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.