The Trump pipeline agenda: Are you ready to take action?

The Trump pipeline agenda: Are you ready to take action?

The Trump fossil fuel agenda has already begun

Are you ready for civil disobedience?

On January 24, the new president signed an executive order to fast-track the Keystone XL pipeline and the Dakota Access pipeline. This action signals a critical turning point in the fight for our communities, for our planet, for Indigenous rights and for our future against the very real threat of climate change. This is the fight for our country against the denial of science, the denial of human rights, and environmental destruction in the name of rampant corporate greed.

We have already seen millions of people mobilized against this new president’s dangerous and disrespectful agenda. If you are ready to turn anger into action, we have the strategy, we have the infrastructure, and we have the history and commitment to make change happen.

Pledge to Resist Pipeline Construction and Pipeline Financing.

We are calling for mass acts of peaceful civil disobedience to stop the construction and financing of dangerous, polluting pipeline projects.

That means we will be showing up to disrupt pipeline construction and challenge the banks that are bankrolling climate chaos and human rights abuses.

What do you get?

  • You get training and training materials on organizing your community and organizing effective direct action.
  • You get connected to like-minded activists across the country.
  • You get the updates on pending actions and developments.
  • You get to be part of a growing national movement to protect the climate and uphold human rights.

Will You Join Us?

Rainforest Action Network has a 30-year history challenging corporate power. In 2013, we helped to launch the KXL Pledge of Resistance when nearly 100,000 people like you signed a pledge to engage in civil disobedience against the KXL pipeline’s construction.

RAN conducted more than 150 civil disobedience trainings in 38 states — training local leaders who went on to train more than 3,000 participants across the country. Thanks to you, we’ve built a committed network of people willing to stand up for people and planet.  And we need your help now more than ever.

Sign the Pipeline Pledge of Resistance