Line 3 Construction Halted As Activists Lock Down, Charged with Felonies; National Support of Indigenous Fight Against Enbridge Pipeline Grows

As a sign of the growing national movement to stop the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline being built on the treaty territory of Anishinaabe peoples, activists from across the country are risking arrest to stop construction of this disastrous fossil fuel project. On Thursday, July 1, 2021, Rainforest Action Network Executive Director Ginger Cassady and others engaged in a peaceful civil disobedience to protest construction.

Shareholders send MUFG a stark climate warning

June 29, 2021: June 29, 2021: At its AGM today in Tokyo,  23% of shareholders issued a major climate warning to Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (“MUFG”) management by voting in…

RAN Statement on Guilty Verdict in Derek Chauvin Trial

Today’s jury ruling in the police murder of George Floyd is historic. It provides rare and desperately needed accountability for a grieving nation traumatized from relentless acts of police violence…