The battle over the Line 3 oil pipeline expansion in Minnesota, explained: How Native Americans are leading the fight – Vox

President Biden canceled Keystone XL. Now Indigenous groups want him to halt another pipeline project. Sorgente: The battle over the Line 3 oil pipeline expansion in Minnesota, explained: How Native Americans are leading the fight – Vox

Climate Disobedience in the Time of Trump 

Unexpected things tend to happen when Ken Ward goes to trial. In 2014, he and fellow climate activist Jay O’Hara, having blockaded a coal tanker with a 32-foot lobster boat at Brayton Point in Massachusetts, saw their felony charges dropped and the district attorney join their side. Sorgente: Climate Disobedience in the Time of TrumpContinua a leggere “Climate Disobedience in the Time of Trump “

What Trump’s presidency may mean for the Dakota Access Pipeline and the Standing Rock Sioux – Vox

Winter is coming, but water protectors show little sign of standing down. Sorgente: What Trump’s presidency may mean for the Dakota Access Pipeline and the Standing Rock Sioux – Vox

Standing Rocken ez dute etsi, ‘Dakota Access’ oliobidea kasik bukatu dieten arren

AEB osotik bildu dira hilabeteotan aktibistak Ipar Dakotako Standing Rockera, indioen erreserba zeharkatzen duen petrolio-hodiaren lanak gelditu nahian, Jatorrizko Amerikarren 300 tribuk sustatuta. Sorgente: Standing Rocken ez dute etsi, ‘Dakota Access’ oliobidea kasik bukatu dieten arren

5 Things You Need to Know About the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests

A small Standing Rock Sioux site in North Dakota called the Sacred Stone Camp has been propelled into the national news narrative following their stand against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Due in part to independent media coverage of the ongoing standoff, the Sacred Stone camp has grown into a formidable opposition against the $3.8 billion, 1,200-mileContinua a leggere “5 Things You Need to Know About the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests”

Neil Young Honors Dakota Access Pipeline Resistance in New Song | News | teleSUR English

“Now it’s been about 500 years; we keep taking what we gave away,” sings Canadian folk and protect rock singer Neil Young in his new song. Sorgente: Neil Young Honors Dakota Access Pipeline Resistance in New Song | News | teleSUR English