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Call JPMorgan Chase and tell them NO to Line 3

Indigenous leaders and local communities have been taking action against Enbridge's most recent pipeline, Line 3.

The Line 3 pipeline, will cut through 5 Ojibwe nations in Minnesota, despite fierce opposition from these Native communities. Indigenous leaders, environmentalists and local landowners stand united against the pipeline. Even Minnesota’s own commerce department said the state doesn’t need the project. Enbridge is persisting, backed by Wall Street. 

JPMorgan Chase is the top US bankroller of extreme fossil fuels, tar sands, and tar sands pipelines. Today, it has the opportunity to do the right thing and stop funding Indigenous rights abuses and climate chaos — but it will only do so if we call in and demand it.

212-270-1111

Edit: If the above number stops working try this one:  (212) 270-6000

Here’s a simple script you can use for calling JPMorgan Chase

“Hello, I’m (name) from (city, state, or country) and I’m calling to urge JPMorgan Chase stop profiting from climate change and to act responsibly. JPMorgan Chase is the top US funder of extreme fossil fuels and tar sands pipelines, including the Line 3 pipeline. JPMorgan Chase has a choice whether or not to renew the credit for Enbridge, the company behind the Line 3 pipeline. I urge JPMorgan Chase to get on the right side of history by ending financing for Line 3 and Enbridge and defund tar sands projects.”


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Call JPMorgan Chase and tell them NO to Line 3