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from LNG Development

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                                           — US Senator Susan Collins, 2012 Jun 21



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David Moses Bridges in his hand-crafted birchbark canoe© 2007 Darel Bridges 
David Moses Bridges and his hand-crafted museum-quality Passamaquoddy birchbark canoe that was on display at the United Nations during the Forum.

Purchase the canoe to help support Save Passamaquoddy Bay 3-Nation Alliance.

Member of Indigenous Environmental Network,
Nulankeyutomonen Nkihtahkomikumon, and
Save Passamaquoddy Bay 3-Nation Alliance

David Moses Bridges

participates in 7th session of

United Nations
Permanent Forum on
Indigenous Issues

2008 21 April – 2 May

This session's theme —
Climate change, bio-cultural diversity & livelihoods:
the stewardship role of indigenous peoples
and new challenges

David was asked to attend because of the proposed LNG Terminal his organization-community group is working on."

David Moses Bridges at Save Passamaquoddy Bay rally

David Moses Bridges at Save Passamaquoddy Bay rally in Eastport, 2005 January 8.

David forwarded the work of Nulankeyutomen Nkihtahkomikumon (We Take Care of Our Land/Save Passamaquoddy Bay) by bringing our issues, our voice, and our request for worldwide unity on preserving, and protecting our lands and waters from environmental threats.

David highlighted issues of human rights and ecological integrity, and thus sacred sites. The plan was for David to put forward our cause by Monday, April 21, so that the weeklong gathering would fully address the issue.

David Moses Bridges with his mother Hilda Lewis

David Moses Bridges with his mother, Hilda Lewis, on 2005 Nov 3 at Split Rock, Sipayik, the proposed location for the Quoddy Bay LNG terminal.

As a member of the Indigenous Environmental Network delegation, David is putting the Passamaquoddy community's issues around the proposed LNG industrial site forth as part of the local organization's global approach to keeping Passamaquoddy Bay free of LNG.


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