Indigenous peoples

13.02.2017

Swedish Bank Nordea Against Companies Behind DAPL

Swedish Bank Nordea Against Companies Behind DAPL

After a visit by its representatives to Standing Rock, Swedish financial institution Nordea has announced that it will not back the Dakota Access Pipeline if it violates the demands of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Nordea met with tribal representatives on the ground, including Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Chairman David… »

11.02.2017

Construction Begins on Final Section of Dakota Access Pipeline

Construction Begins on Final Section of Dakota Access Pipeline

In North Dakota, construction crews have resumed work on the final section of the Dakota Access pipeline, after the Trump administration granted an easement to allow Energy Transfer Partners to drill beneath the Missouri River. The construction resumed as opponents of the pipeline filed a last-ditch legal challenge in a… »

09.02.2017

#NODAPL Last Stand

#NODAPL Last Stand

The final DAPL permit has been granted by the US Army Corps of Engineers. Indigenous Coalition at Standing Rock called for a global resistance to fossil fuels and fascism. Protests have already started in the US and all over the world. Hundreds of people gathered outside the White House… »

08.02.2017

Army Corps to Greenlight Construction of Dakota Access Pipeline

Army Corps to Greenlight Construction of Dakota Access Pipeline

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has announced it will greenlight the final phase of construction for the Dakota Access pipeline, prompting indigenous water protectors and their allies to call for a “last stand” against the $3.8 billion project. In a letter to Congress, acting Army Secretary Robert Speer said… »

02.02.2017

Dakota Access pipeline, the Water Protectors Call for Support

Dakota Access pipeline, the Water Protectors Call for Support

The Army Corps of Engineers appears poised to approve the final permit required to build the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline. On Tuesday, North Dakota Senator John Hoeven said he had spoken with acting Secretary of the Army Robert Speer and that Speer has directed the Army Corps to issue… »

30.01.2017

Army Corps Opens Public Comment on Dakota Access Pipeline

Army Corps Opens Public Comment on Dakota Access Pipeline

The US Army Corps of Engineers has begun accepting public comments on an environmental impact statement for the Dakota Access pipeline. Members of the public have until February 20 to weigh in on the proposed $3.8 billion project, which has faced months of resistance from members of hundreds of indigenous… »

26.01.2017

Voices of Resistance against the Pipelines

Voices of Resistance against the Pipelines

Indigenous activists, environmental groups and many others promise a strong resistance against the controversial Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines after President Donald Trump signed executive orders advancing their construction. ”More people sent comments against Dakota Access and Keystone XL to the government than any project in history. The world’s climate scientists and its… »

25.01.2017

Protests over Trump’s Move to Revive Pipeline Projects

Protests over Trump’s Move to Revive Pipeline Projects

Donald Trump’s move to revive the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines sparked a number of emergency protests last night in Washington, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Philadelphia and other cities. He signed the presidential memorandum as water protectors at Standing Rock in North Dakota were gathered to testify… »

19.01.2017

Water Protectors Score Key Legal Victories in Fight Against Dakota Access Pipeline

Water Protectors Score Key Legal Victories in Fight Against Dakota Access Pipeline

Native Americans and their allies fighting the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline have scored a series of legal victories. The North Dakota Supreme Court partially granted a petition that will open the door for out-of-state lawyers to represent the more than 600 people who have been arrested amid the ongoing… »

04.01.2017

Tarak Kauff: as Veterans for Peace, we fight against the violent oppression of living beings

Tarak Kauff: as Veterans for Peace, we fight against the violent oppression of living beings

Veterans For Peace is a global organization of Military Veterans and allies who aim to build a culture of peace by using their experiences, informing the public of the true causes and the enormous costs of wars and employing nonviolent means. We have interviewed Tarak Kauff, national board member… »

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