ENBRIDGE (formerly known as Moda Midstream) is a company that deals in petrochemicals and is building a pier and oil export terminal over the eastern portion of a Karankawa village site off Corpus Christi Bay in Ingleside, Texas. The pier will destroy Karankawa artifacts and the environmentally rich marshlands. Enbridge has already devastated Turtle Island, now they are planning on expanding these efforts to the entire Texas Gulf Coast. Enbridge’s most recent plan is to build a seawall pipeline that will transport tar sands from Houston to the Corpus Christi pier for export! We must continue to mobilize and bring awareness! We stand in solidarity with all of Turtle Island and will help stop ENBRIDGE here on the Texas Gulf Coast! ENBRIDGE is not welcomed in so-called Texas!
To learn more about the ENBRIDGE expansion and its impact on local health, marine life, and air quality, please CLICK our webinar below, that was held on June 17th, 2021 by Indigenous Peoples of the Coastal Bend and Ingleside on the Bay Coastal Watch. https://www.youtube.com/embed/3zScT6Smljs
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