‘Eyes of the World Are Watching’ After Dakota Access Pipeline Leak

Bemidji, MN – Today, the Indigenous Environmental Network is responding to reports that the Dakota Access Pipeline experienced its first spill at a pumping station near Crandon, South Dakota, 22 days before it is June 1 deadline to… Read More

Trump Waging War On Environment, Environmental Agencies

Trump is rapidly making it clear that he is determined to not only wage war on the environment, but also on Environmental Agencies and employees. This is a great time to learn more about PEER, Public Employees for… Read More

How You Can Help North Dakota Water Protectors Brutalized by Police

Despite a near coverage blackout from mainstream media, outrage is spreading after the violent police actions that took place against water protectors in North Dakota taking on the Dakota Access Pipeline. 167 people were injured, including “Sophia Walinsky… Read More

LISTEN: Dallas Goldtooth, Kandi Mossett on Police Brutality from #NODAPL Protests

Global Justice Ecology Project helped facilitate live interviews between host Margaret Prescod and Indigenous Environmental Network representatives live on the Sojourner Truth radio show on KPFK-FM radio from the Dakota Access Pipeline protests in North Dakota on Oct. 28. Prescott… Read More

Momentum is Building Against Dakota Access Pipeline

Via 350.org: Last week, police brutally attacked Indigenous protectors in Standing Rock as they peacefully defended their land and water. Within days, over 1.5 million people checked in to Standing Rock on Facebook in solidarity with this fight.1 By… Read More

As DAPL Construction Approaches Missouri River, Water Protectors Stay Strong

Originally published by CommonDreams.org: By Nika Knight As Dakota Access Pipeline construction quickly approaches the Missouri River, the Standing Rock Sioux and allies are vowing to continue their resistance against the pipeline—standing strong despite the violent arrests and inhumane… Read More