Climate

  • Fighting Back in the Shadow of Risk and Environmental Injustice in Louisiana

    July 2, 2018
    Lauren Reid

    The fossil fuel industry has a long and problematic history in Louisiana, particularly when it comes to building refineries and petrochemical plants in predominately African American, Indigenous, and minority communities. And now, with the intrusion of even more infrastructure — the Bayou Bridge Pipeline — it feels like another case of "meet the new boss, same as the old boss"... except this construction isn't going down without a real fight.

  • We Don’t Need More Pipelines, We Need Courage to Stop Them

    June 29, 2018
    Diana Best

    Yesterday, Minnesota commissioners approved Enbridge's Line 3 tar sands pipeline — ignoring Indigenous rights and the voices of thousands of people. But the movement to resist this pipeline is loud, and is only getting louder.