Biden Administration Allows Oil To Continue Flowing Through Dakota Access Pipeline

By Earth Justice. -

Washington, DC - Speaking before a federal judge today, representatives from the Biden administration’s U.S. Army Corps of Engineers indicated that the agency will not shutter the Dakota Access [...]

Indigenous Youth Rally To Demand Biden Stop Pipelines

By Jen Deerinwater, Truthout. -

On Thursday, the fifth anniversary of the founding of the Sacred Stone Camp on the Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation to resist the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), frontline Indigenous youth [...]

Front Lines To DC: Day Of Action Against Pipelines

By Stop Line 3. -

Five years ago on April 1st, the Sacred Stone Camp was founded and history was made as thousands of people descended to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline. Frontline Dakota Access and Line 3 [...]

Water Protectors Lock To Gate And Ascend Equipment To Stop Line 3

By Resist Line 3, Popular Resistance. -

Floodwood, MN - Early Thursday morning, several Water Protectors under Indigenous leadership took action to shut down two Enbridge construction sites on the Line 3 pipeline route. While two [...]

Caravan Disrupts Line 3 Construction Routes

By Alex Binder and Niko Georgiades, Unicorn Riot. -

Carlton County, MN – On Friday, February 19, a family-friendly caravan disrupted traffic at several Line 3 construction routes. During the event, authorities announced a baseless bomb threat [...]

Enbridge’s Greenwashing Will Not Stand

By Tara Houska, Stop the Money Pipeline. -

There are now more than 130 Water Protectors facing criminal charges for protecting the land from the Line 3 tar sands pipeline. At the same time, the climate criminals are free to keep [...]

Lockdown To Keep It In The Ground: Line 3 Resistance

By Alex Binder, Unicorn Riot. -

Northern MN – Construction on the tar sands pipeline expansion project for Line 3 continues in Anishinaabe territory in below zero temperatures. Enbridge’s contracted companies, like Precision [...]

One Year Anniversary Of Wet’suwet’en Protests, Blockades

By Adam Olsen. -

The protests were a result of the BC NDP’s decision to press ahead with the Coastal GasLink pipeline through the Wet’suwet’en territory using militarized RCMP to enforce their decision. I had [...]

How Defeating Keystone XL Built A Bolder, Savvier Climate Movement

By Nick Engelfried, Waging Nonviolence. -

When President Biden rescinded a crucial permit for the Keystone XL pipeline last week, it marked the culmination of one of the longest, highest-profile campaigns in the North American climate [...]

Why We Must Do More To Recognize The Application Of Indigenous Law

By Gavin Smith, West Coast Environmental Law. -

In the Supreme Court of Canada’s 1996 decision in R v Van Der Peet, Justice Beverley McLachlin[1] famously made reference to a “golden thread”:  The history of the interface of Europeans and [...]

How The Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Actions Changed Their Lives

By Emily Fagan, The Tyee. -

It was the first week of Kolin Sutherland-Wilson’s final semester at the University of Victoria. But he wasn’t there. Instead, on a chilly January morning in 2020, he sat alone on the front steps [...]

Indigenous-Led Movement Credited With ‘Huge Victory’

By Jake Johnson, Commondreams. -

President-elect Joe Biden is reportedly planning on the day of his inauguration to rescind a federal permit allowing construction of the Keystone XL pipeline in the United States, a move [...]

Tribes To Joe Biden: Stop Dakota Access Pipeline

By Mary Annette Pember, Indian Country Today. -

Emboldened by President Joe Biden’s action to rescind former President Donald Trump’s presidential permit to the Keystone XL pipeline project, leaders of four Sioux tribes are requesting Biden [...]

Two Native Americans Arrested Over Keystone XL Protests

By Lakota People's Law Project, Indian Country Today. -

As many Trump supporters who stormed the nation’s Capitol appear poised to evade punishment, two young Native Americans from the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe in South Dakota have been arrested and [...]

How Activists Shut Down Key Pipeline Projects In New York

By Greta Moran, Grist. -

If all had gone according to plan, the Constitution pipeline would be carrying fracked gas 124 miles from the shale gas fields of Pennsylvania through streams, wetlands, and backyards across the [...]