How Standing Rock’s divest campaign can stop future pipelines
As banks begin to respond, environmental movements are learning the importance of speaking clearly about the financial risks of fossil fuel investment.
At Standing Rock, no one goes hungry: The kitchen that serves...
The landscape of these indigenous-led kitchens that feed thousands of water protectors is dynamic, much like the ad hoc camps that depend upon them.
Lawyers for Standing Rock water protectors are pleading for more help
Hundreds of DAPL water protectors have no lawyer at all.
Leaked audio: Dakota Access pipeline executive says “Election night changed everything”...
Big oil believes “We now are going into a transition where we are going to have a new President of the United States who gets it."
North Dakota’s public bank was built for the people – now...
The nation’s only state bank was created to empower small farmers and local economies, but now it’s being used to silence indigenous people with militarized force. How did this happen?
With pipeline losing $20 million a week, DAPL battle moves to...
In the meantime, organized resistance against DAPL continues.
Seattle dumps Wells Fargo over investment in Dakota Access pipeline
The city of Seattle plans to remove $3 billion from Wells Fargo to protest the atrocities which have taken place at Standing Rock.
After visiting Standing Rock, Swedish bank puts companies behind DAPL on...
“It is becoming increasingly clear that financial institutions view the Dakota Access pipeline as a liability.”
Not just Standing Rock: Pipelines threaten native lands across the country
‘We are probably going to have to resist one pipeline at a time for many decades to come, and maybe longer,’ a Cherokee researcher tells MintPress as a Ramapough Lunaape chief says, ‘We need help now.’
Fresh from the victory at Standing Rock, activists need to look from Flint, Michigan to places like Azacualpa to confront neoliberal efforts to put profit over people and the environment.