Pipeline of poison

Despite decades of organizing and non-violent direct action against tar sands led by Indigenous and First Nations communities, energy corporation Enbridge recently began construction on the toxic Line 3 pipeline. Here’s how we’re supporting the fight to #StopLine3–and how YOU can join in.

Protesters holding banner that reads We will stop Line 3

Relentless pressure on Liberty Mutual forces insurance giant to respond

Despite claims that the company is taking efforts to curb climate change, Liberty Mutual continues to back fossil fuel projects while refusing to meet with impacted communities.Our latest campaign efforts, which include a website launch, scathing policy analysis, and global day of action, forced the insurance giant to respond.

Rainforest Action Network Launches Campaign Targeting Liberty Mutual, Top Fossil Fuel Insurer

No New Fossil Fuel Projects: Halt Pipelines and Terminals

Indigenous and frontline activists are leading the fight against fossil fuel infrastructure threatening their communities, habitat and the climate. We could be on the road to a new energy future if we simply redirect the money slated for fossil fuels into sustainable alternatives. Big banks need to stop investing in dirty fossil fuels, violating Indigenous rights, polluting sacred waterways, and destroying the global climate, and start funding the future.

People are Stopping Toxic Pipelines and Terminals

To ensure our future, and a liveable climate, we must stop expanding the very industries that are causing climate destruction. Banks and insurance companies have the power to change the world by withholding financing and insurance from any new fossil fuel projects. Frontline Indigenous communities and local and national environmental and climate justice organizations have joined forces, putting the pressure on dirty energy companies and their financial backers to be on the right side of history, and we are winning.

Coal, Tar Sands and Fracked Gas: Fueling Climate Change

Climate change has played a heavy hand in making weather events more serious, and sometimes more often. And where there isn’t more rain, there are longer, and more frequent droughts that lead to longer, more dire fire seasons. Extracting fossil fuels like coal, tar sands, and fracked gas are contributing to climate chaos at an alarming rate, and so are the institutions that finance this dirty energy.

The key to stopping Keystone XL? Follow the money

After years of protest and debate resulted in the rejection of the Keystone XL (KXL) pipeline under the Obama administration, all expectations are that the Trump administration is now just…

How to Support Standing Rock: A Personal FAQ

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Dare to Win – The Keystone XL Pledge of Resistance

We are changing the world. When the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline was proposed five years ago, it could have just been one more energy project green-lighted by Washington D.C….