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Finding Balance by the River Clyde

As Indgenous people attending COP26, things can feel complicated. So many of the issues impacting our people are not well represented. Our people are not well represented. But today was a day that felt good. We started the day with a panel at the U.S. Climate Action Center on Indigenous Resistance to the Line 3 […]

“We are all treaty people” : reflections from the Treaty People Gathering

In the first weekend of June, I traveled with friends to the White Earth Reservation for the Treaty People Gathering. Over 2,000 of us came together from across Turtle Island to uplift treaties and to stop the Canadian corporation Enbridge from building the Line 3 tar sands pipeline through treaty territory. It was hot. Like […]

Line 3 moves Minnesota backward on climate

On Thursday, November 12, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency approved a major water crossing permit to Enbridge Energy, giving the Line 3 pipeline project approval to move forward. Despite years of statewide and national opposition to this project, it has made its way through decision-making agencies, each relinquishing responsibility for Minnesota’s future — with the […]

A Year of Possibility

Letter from the Executive Director As 2018 begins, we take stock of the challenges we face with renewed vigor and energy for the year ahead. While our political system continues to push an anti-science, pro-fossil fuel industry agenda, the spectacularly hopeful news is this: youth, communities, businesses, and energy markets are offering real, tangible solutions. […]

We’re all connected

Letter from the Executive Director Signs of climate change impacts are happening all around us. The West is on fire. Cities and states across the Pacific Northwest and Mountain West are under a sky of smoke and ash, with the largest blaze currently burning in Oregon. Not one, not two, but three hurricanes are swirling […]