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Mr. Marty Cobenais

Wrong Marty Cobenais?

Leader On Pipeline Safety Issues

Phone: (612) ***-****  HQ Phone
Sierra Club North Star Chapter
2327 East Franklin Avenue #1
Minneapolis , Minnesota 55406
United States

 
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Sierra Club North Star Chapter
www.minnesota.sierraclub.org, 25 May 2015 [cached]
Marty Cobenais .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Marty Cobenais Marty Cobenais (Red Lake Ojibwe) is the Pipeline Organizer for the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN). He is a leader on pipeline safety issues, having lead resistance to Enbridge's Alberta Clipper pipeline, and is currently fighting TranCanada's Keystone XL Pipeline, and Exxon/ Imperial Oil's Heavy Haul in Montana and Idaho. Mr. Cobenais has worked with several tribal governments, grassroots tribal members and non-native environmental groups and individuals in the process. Mr. Cobenais lives in Bemidji, MN and has 2 teenage children. In his free time he likes to enjoy his time in the outdoors doing an array of activities including hunting and fishing.
Enbridge Spill in Viking, MN | Indigenous Environmental Network
www.ienearth.org, 3 Feb 2016 [cached]
IEN REPORT FROM THE FRONT LINES by Marty Cobenais
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Contact: Marty Cobenais, (218) 760-0284, martyc@ienearth.org
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U.S. decisions on tar sands imports will impact First Nations communities, leaders say | field notes
www.aenweb.ca, 22 Sept 2010 [cached]
Marty Cobenais knows personally what's at stake if the delegation's message doesn't get through. A member of the Red Lake Band of the Chippewa (Ojibwe), Cobenais grew up in a community in Northern Minnesota that's crisscrossed by pipelines. One sprung a leak years ago, but Cobenais says a large amount of the oil was never properly cleaned up and remains in the ground.
"I don't want to see that happen anywhere else," he said.
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"We don't need this pipeline," Cobenais said.
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Marty Cobenais, an active member of the non-profit Indigenous Environmental Network, through which he has met with Tribal Councils to encourage resolutions opposing the Keystone XL pipeline. Cobenais is a member of the Red Lake Band of the Chippewa (Ojibwe) First Nation in northern Minnesota.
Contact Us | Indigenous Environmental Network
www.ienearth.org, 29 May 2014 [cached]
Marty Cobenais (Ojibwe), Office Manager & Pipeline and Heavy Haul Resistence Organizer
Tribal members fight Enbridge oil pipeline
www.ienearth.org, 28 Nov 2012 [cached]
"There's a petition process in the Minnesota Chippewa Tribes constitution, so there's an avenue in place for this,'' said Marty Cobenais, spokesman for the Indigenous Environmental Network in Bemidji.
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