National Geographic Magazine - August, 2011

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                                                 Photograph by Paul Nicklen                                                   Photograph by Thomas P. Peschak

The Great Bear Rainforest

The August, 2011 issue of National Geographic  Magazine  showcases the Great Bear Rainforest as well as the communities, wildlife and ecosystems that would be affected by Enbridge Inc.'s proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline project.
Enbridge Inc.’s Northern Gateway project would pipe Alberta tar sands crude to Kitimat, and ship it to Asia in supertankers that would navigate the perilous channels and inlets of the Great Bear Rainforest—the world’s largest intact temperate coastal rainforest.
From Kitimat, British Columbia, the waterways of the Great Bear Rainforest would become an expressway for giant oil supertankers, loaded with condensate, on a transport route to Asian markets.


National Geographic Articles and Photography

  Pipeline Through Paradise

  Why oil sands, a sunken ferry, and the price of oil in China have the Great Bear 
  Rainforest in  an uproar.

  Kermode Bear

  The Spirit Bear. In a moss-draped rain forest in British Columbia, towering red cedars 
  live a thousand years, and black bears are born with white fur.

  Nicklen Photography

  Paul Nicklen's stunning images capture the rare and elusive Spirit Bear as it fishes,
  feeds, and  lives within its' natural habitat of Great Bear Rainforest.


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National Geographic News Watch - Living with the Spirit Bears

August 8, 2011 - An eyewitness account with photographer, conservationist, and co-founder of Pacific Wild, Ian McAllister. This interview gives a eye-opening perspective of living within the delicate ecosystem, wildlife, and the communities of where Ian calls home, British Columbia's Great Bear rainforest.

iLCP Photographer of the Month - Q&A with Ian McAllister

August 2011 - An award winning photographer and author, Ian McAllister co-founded the wildlife conservation group, Pacific Wild, a leading voice for the protection of Canada's Great Bear Rainforest.

All Photography © Ian McAllister unless otherwise noted.
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