Protect the Great Lakes from an Oil Spill: Decommission Line 5

Piping Plover
Progress: 56%
Progress: 56%
Alerts Taken: 448     Goal: 800

Lying beneath the surface of the Great Lakes, an aging pipeline threatens our Great Lakes, our water, our communities, and our way of life.

Enbridge’s Line 5 carries up to 23 million gallons of oil and natural gas liquids through the Straits of Mackinac each day. A large oil spill would have a devastating impact on shoreline habitat, endangered species like the piping plover, and the Great Lakes tourism and outdoor recreation economy. Attorney General Bill Schuette has the ability to terminate the Enbridge’s easement to operate Line 5 in the Straits and protect our Great Lakes — but he still has not done so.

Call on Attorney General Schuette to decommission Line 5 to protect our Great Lakes, water and wildlife.

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