Together, we will show that we are a truly global and growing force to be reckoned with. As the fossil fuel industry throws more money at fossil fuel expansion, we will turn up the volume of our divestment movement. And we won’t stop until we win. Join us for Global Divestment Day on February 13 and 14 and together, let’s make fossil fuels history.
Some members of the media are still misleading the public by wrongly using the term “skeptic.” The New York Times, for example, recently called Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) a skeptic — even though he believes that climate change is “the greatest hoax ever perpetrated.” Sign your name to support the open letter from nearly fifty members of the skeptical scientific community, telling the media: Climate deniers are not skeptics.
TransCanada, a foreign oil corporation, has filed eminent domain claims against Nebraska farmers and ranchers who refuse to give up their land for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. A growing group of these landowners are filing their own lawsuits against TransCanada, and have stepped up and pledged to fight these eminent domain threats in court.
Thank the President for issuing the veto threat and tell him to reject this pipeline once and for all.
British Columbians have lost confidence in Ottawa’s pipeline approval process. It’s time for our province to reclaim the powers it signed away to the National Energy Board. It’s time to assert our jurisdiction over crude oil transport through B.C.
Stephen Harper and Big Oil have gutted Canada’s environmental review process, cutting people's voices and climate change out of the National Energy Board review of the largest tar sands pipeline ever proposed. Tell the new National Energy Board Chair Peter Watson to include climate impacts and people's voices in the Energy East pipeline review!
Thank YOU for everything you did to help reach Pull Together’s 2014 goal of raising $300K! That translates to a lot of support for First Nations legal challenges against Enbridge. In a marvellous display of solidarity, British Columbians and people from across the country stepped up and have become allies in the effort to protect our land, waters, and future. The six First Nations involved with the campaign are very grateful for the public’s support in the legal fight against the approval of Northern Gateway. The funds raised have already been disbursed to help pay for some of the legal work conducted to date, including obtaining the right to proceed with the legal challenge, and preparing and filing judicial review applications.