Black Communities Fight Racist And Polluting Pipeline Project

By Memphis Community Against the Pipeline, Popular Resistance. -

Black communities in Memphis, TN are leading a growing opposition campaign to the Byhalia Connection Pipeline, a proposed crude oil pipeline funded by the fossil fuel corporations Valero and [...]

Trans Mountain Pipeline Protester Creates New Treetop Camp After Destruction

By Charlie Smith, The Georgia Straight. -

The fight over a $12.6-billion federal government pipeline project continues. This weekend, environmental activist Timothee Govare has moved into a tent 20 metres up in the air. It's among [...]

Wet’suwet’en Call On Province To Close Pipeline Work Camps

By Amanda Follett Hosgood, The Tyee. -

Members of the Wet’suwet’en Nation are calling on B.C.’s public health officer to shut down work camps operating on their territory as COVID-19 numbers rise in northern B.C. In an open [...]

RCMP Must Respond To Spying Allegations

By Jeremy Hainsworth, Vancouver Courier. -

The B.C. Civil Liberties Association (BCCLA) is taking the RCMP in front of a judge for its alleged failure to respond to allegations of spying on groups and organizations and First Nations [...]

Way Down In The Hole: Pipeline Lockdown

By Kevin Duggan, Brooklyn Paper. -

Police arrested four protesters who locked themselves to a controversial National Grid fracked gas pipeline construction site in Williamsburg on Thursday morning. Two environmental advocates [...]

Fracked Gas Pipeline In Brooklyn Continues

By Jessy Edwards, BK Reader. -

New York City - Fracked gas could soon be running through a new pipeline near you, despite rising calls for construction on the North Brooklyn Pipeline to be halted immediately. National Grid [...]

North Brooklyn Demands Halt To Fracked Gas Pipeline Construction

By Erik McGregor. -

Brooklyn, NY – National Grid resumed the North Brooklyn “MRI” Pipeline construction by allegedly authorizing themselves to continue, despite the risks of the COVID-19 pandemic and the extension [...]

Protesters Shut Down North Brooklyn Pipeline

By Kevin Duggan, Brooklynpaper.com -

Environmentalists rallied against National Grid’s ongoing construction of a seven-mile natural gas pipeline under the streets of Williamsburg and Bushwick Saturday, with one local activist saying [...]

Facing Widespread Opposition, Jordan Cove LNG Withdraws Application

By Allie Rosenbluth, Rogue Climate. -

Salem, OR - Amidst enormous public opposition and just one week before the Department of State Lands (DSL) was set to make a decision on a critical Removal-Fill permit on the Jordan Cove LNG [...]

Indigenous Youth Occupying Office Of Minister Of Energy, Mines, And Petroleum Resources

By Indigenous Climate Action. -

Over 45 international actions in support of the Wet’suwet’en Nation have taken place so far in 2020, including actions in Montreal, Ottawa, Hamilton, Halifax, Aotearoa/New Zealand, Seattle, [...]

RCMP Arrest Unist’ot’en Supporter

By Unist'ot'en Camp, Facebook. -

One Unist’ot’en supporter was arrested this morning at approximately 9:45am for enforcing provisions of a temporary access agreement with Coastal GasLink. The Access Protocol Agreement between [...]

Activist Uses Body To Directly Block Pipeline

By Appalachians Against Pipeline, Popular Resistance. -

Montgomery County, VA — Yesterday, pipeline fighter Phillip Flagg locked himself in the path of the Mountain Valley Pipeline near Elliston, VA. MVP has been clearing and grading this section of [...]

Retired Schoolteacher Blockades Pipeline On Family Land

By Appalachians Against Pipelines -

Monroe County, WV — On Tuesday, July 31, a West Virginia grandmother halted construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) by blockading herself in a 1971 Ford Pinto elevated off the ground [...]

Tree Sitters Risk Lives On The Front Line

By Drew Philip, The Guardian. -

Way out in the Appalachian hills, on the line between Virginia and West Virginia, after an hour-long backwoods hike up Peters Mountain, an orderly clutch of tents were surrounded by a plastic [...]

Inside the Growing Appalachian Anti-Pipeline Movement

ByStaff for It's Going Down -

In this episode of the It’s Going Down podcast, we spoke with several people involved at the Three Sisters encampment in Virginia fighting the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, the tree-sit at the Little [...]