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07/24/2008 
Greenpeace activists enter Syncrude's Aurora North tar sands operation and block a pipe into the two-kilometre wide tailings pond, where toxic refuse material from mining operations is deposited. The activists also suspend a banner that reads 'World's Dirtiest Oil: Stop the Tar Sands.' Located in Alberta, the tar sands are a source of oil spread out over 138 000 km2 of land and including 4.3 million hectares of the Boreal Forest. Companies produce over a million barrels of oil per day from the tar sands, and this number is constantly increasing. The explosive growth of these projects has huge environmental costs. Greenpeace is calling on oil companies and the government to stop the tar sands. 
Tar Sands Protest at Syncrude Tailings Lake in Alberta, Canada
24 July, 2008 
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Tar Sands Protest at Syncrude Tailings Lake in Alberta, Canada
24 July, 2008 
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Tar Sands Protest at Syncrude Tailings Lake in Alberta, Canada
24 July, 2008 
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