Tribal Leaders and Chiefs from United States and Canada meet to form new cross-border alliance to stop tar sands pipelines
Tribal Leaders and Chiefs from United States and Canada meet to form new cross-border alliance to stop tar sands pipelinesRead more
BURNABY -- Facing determined opposition from First Nations and B.C. communities, 19 lawsuits against the Trans Mountain expansion project, a majority of provincial MLAs opposed and a narrow window to begin construction, Kinder Morgan today announced a positive final investment decision – before even raising the money necessary to build.Read more
After federal and provincial approvals, how do we continue to fight Kinder Morgan? Join Clayton Thomas-Muller of 350.org, Eriel Deranger of Indigenous Climate Action and Chief Bob Chamberlin of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs (UBCIC), with moderator Karen Mahon of Stand.earth as they trace paths for potential mass civil resistance to pipelines and the crucial role of Indigenous leadership in the climate movement.
Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline was approved by government, but First Nations lawsuits eventually killed it. Resistance forced Obama to cancel Keystone XL before Trump gave it the green light, but Nebraskans vow that pipeline will never be built. Massive resistance at Standing Rock to the Dakota Access Pipeline sparked a “Water is Life” movement that is growing every day. Across Turtle Island, Indigenous resistance is powerful force to stop pipelines.
Ways you can join the movement to stop Kinder Morgan and catastrophic climate change:
Become a Coast Protector: http://www.CoastProtectors.ca
Support Indigenous Climate Action: https://www.IndigenousClimateAction.com
Fund the Coldwater and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations lawsuits challenging Kinder Morgan approval: http://www.Pull-Together.ca