Yesterday was a big moment in the fight against tar sands. A judge issued a recommendation to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC), which will decide on the final permits for the Line 3 pipeline this June.
Led by the Indigenous coalition Mazaska Talks, between October 23rd and 25th, activists across the globe will tell banks that financing projects that abuse Indigenous communities and are a disaster for our climate is deeply immoral. They are also calling on people – and organizations – of conscience to join them in boycotting these banks. The implications of this could be profound.
Yesterday, TransCanada announced it was suspending its Energy East application after new rules to include climate impacts of the pipeline were added to the review. This is a win for the movement — and possibly the end of this tar sands pipeline.
The fate of the Keystone XL pipeline will be decided in the next two months – and we need your help to defeat this project once and for all. Join us for a huge march on Sunday, August 6th in Lincoln, Nebraska to urge state decision makers to reject Keystone XL.