Posts Tagged ‘ Pipeline Resistance ’

The Sabal Trail Resistance Must Go On

The Sabal Trail Resistance Must Go On

Updates on Florida’s Continuing Pipeline Fight from Sabal Trail Resistance It’s been a hard month for those of us who dedicated so much of our lives over the past year to tracking, exposing and disrupting the construction of the Sabal Trail pipeline. What follows is a brief synopsis of recent news and events. June...
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Judge Grants Red Fawn Fallis Release to Halfway House

Judge Grants Red Fawn Fallis Release to Halfway House

by CAROLINE GRUESKIN / Bismarck Tribune Dakota Access Pipeline protesters chant “Free Red Fawn” as they march around the block of the Morton County-Mandan Law Enforcement Center and Morton County Courthouse in Mandan in November. Red Fawn Fallis is charged with felony counts of civil disorder and discharging a firearm in relation to a...
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98 Year Old, Seven Others in Civil Disobedience to Pipeline Project

98 Year Old, Seven Others in Civil Disobedience to Pipeline Project

from The Berkshire Eagle SANDISFIELD, MA — A 98-year-old woman with a long history of activism was arrested with seven others Saturday after stopping pipe-laying work in Otis State Forest. Frances Crowe, considered a legend for her peace activism and anti-nuclear efforts, was pushed in her wheelchair to the edge of the open pipeline...
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One Family’s Bold Stand to Block Construction of a New Pipeline

One Family’s Bold Stand to Block Construction of a New Pipeline

Ellen Gerhart holds a palm-sized Wood Turtle with a distinctive design on its shell. (WNV/Chris Baker Evens) by Chris Baker Evans / Waging Nonviolence Two years ago the most trouble Ellen Gerhart had faced with the law was a parking ticket. Today, standing on a wide swath of cleared forest overlooking miles of mid-construction...
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Standing Rock to Hancock: CampOut to Stop the Potomac Pipeline

Standing Rock to Hancock: CampOut to Stop the Potomac Pipeline

by No Potomac Pipeline / Popular Resistance From Standing Rock to Hancock people are rising up to resist fracked gas pipelines in their community. Following a historic fight in Maryland, where we became the first state with gas reserves to legislatively ban fracking, we still find our communities our under attack by Big Oil...
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Check-in with the Sabal Trail Resistance

Check-in with the Sabal Trail Resistance

from It’s Going Down In the wake of the #NoDAPL struggle, resistance encampments across the US have grown as thousands step up to fight pipeline and resource extraction projects that threaten both human communities and the natural environment. One of these camps is in Florida, which has formed to fight against the Sabal Trail...
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July 13-17, VA: Stop the Pipelines Action Camp

July 13-17, VA: Stop the Pipelines Action Camp

by The Final Straw / It’s Going Down Listen and Download (this section begins at 11 minutes 29 seconds) Here Save the date! July 13-17 Connect, Build Skills, Deepen our resistance. This week we featured two conversations in the episode. “Stop The Pipelines Action Camp” Firstly, Bursts chatted with Erin. Erin is a resident of...
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Introducing L’eau Est La Vie (Water is Life) Camp for Bayou Bridge Resistance

from Indigenous Environmental Network Springfield, LA – Following legal victories for the Tribes at Standing Rock, Water Protectors in Southern Louisiana will open the L’eau Est La Vie (Water is Life) Camp tomorrow. The launch marks the next fight to protect Indigenous rights, life-giving water and to stop Energy Transfer Partners from committing acts...
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Pipelines and Battle Lines

Pipelines and Battle Lines

by Will Parrish / The Bohemian On a rainy weekday afternoon last November, about 20 people from Northern California joined a 200-person rally outside the Oregon capitol in Salem. They had assembled partly in support of the struggle against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) in North Dakota. In the weeks prior, police on the...
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Update on Water Protectors Facing Charges in the Standing Rock Resistance

Update on Water Protectors Facing Charges in the Standing Rock Resistance

by The Freshet Collective The long, arduous battle has continued in Mandan and Bismarck courts for more than 600 water protectors facing charges for resisting the Dakota Access pipeline. The Freshet Collective has grown from a bail fund to a collective of legal organizers, committed to serving the needs of those who put their...
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Anti-Fossil Fuel Action Camp in WA Start July 28

Anti-Fossil Fuel Action Camp in WA Start July 28

from It’s Going Down An action camp in the woods of Washington state, July 28th – August 5th. Climate, lands and water protectors among us have stopped tar sands trucks, halted Arctic drilling equipment, shut down coal export docks, turned off pipelines, blockaded oil trains, and converged en mass on refineries. We have consistently defended...
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The Standing Rock Sioux Claim “Victory and Vindication” in Court

The Standing Rock Sioux Claim “Victory and Vindication” in Court

by Robinson Meyer / The Atlantic A federal judge ruled in favor of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe on Wednesday, handing the tribe its first legal victory in its year-long battle against the Dakota Access pipeline. James Boasberg, who sits on D.C. district court, said that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers failed to...
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