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IndigenousEnviroNet
IEN is a North American network of Indigenous Peoples fighting for environmental justice
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ALL PIPELINE INFRASTRUCTURE LEAKS. It’s time to “Oklahoma has seen its fair share of rain this week but one neighborhood saw a shower of oil along with it. Homes and even pets are covered in the toxic sludge.”
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Rising Tide NA May 22
“Our Native communities bear the brunt of impacts from tar sands pipelines, like Line 3.” – Dallas Goldtooth, Indigenous Environmental Network
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IndigenousEnviroNet May 21
Replying to @Chase
2. In the last three years alone, has funded our climate crisis by investing $196B in the toxic fossil fuel industry. We will no longer wait for our country’s leaders to step in to abate our climate crisis, we must hold those who wish to poison of water accountable now.
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IndigenousEnviroNet May 21
1. Today, Indigenous Environmental Network organizer joined leaders from across the Great Lakes outside ’s Annual General Meeting in Chicago to demand they rapidly phase-out financing pipelines and fossil fuel extraction.
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IndigenousEnviroNet May 21
Chase is the funding the climate crisis. We need YOU to call today and demand they
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IndigenousEnviroNet May 21
"Big oil is hijacking our legislative system," said Dallas Goldtooth of the Indigenous Environmental Network
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IndigenousEnviroNet May 20
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IndigenousEnviroNet May 18
Last October, ETP intentionally put L'eau Est La Vie protectors in danger on the bayou by causing large wakes that eventually sunk their boats. Little did ETP know was also on board filming. Click below for a free pass to watch the episode:
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IndigenousEnviroNet May 17
ICYMI: Are you a front line community impacted by mining? Need assistance for organizing? Here you go.... Apply today for 2019 Grassroots Communities Mining Mini-Grant Program:
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IndigenousEnviroNet May 17
The Indigenous Environmental Network is honored to support Ponca Nation councilwoman Casey Camp-Horinek in bringing us all together on Ponca land for the Frontline Oil and Gas Conference.
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IndigenousEnviroNet May 17
Spirit Resitance Radio ..... Live in Ponca City Ok... FrontLine Oil and Gas Conference
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IndigenousEnviroNet May 17
14 YEARS!?! Think of the marine life that was impacted during that entire time by this spill.
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AMAZON WATCH May 16
HAPPENING NOW IN QUITO, ECUADOR: Amazonian Indigenous representing the Kichwa, Waorani, Shuar, Cofan, Siona, Shiwiar, Sapara, & Achuar march to the Ministry of Hydrocarbons to demand respect for their and territories!
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IndigenousEnviroNet May 16
The Frontline Oil and Gas Conference begins tonight with a warm welcome from Councilwoman Casey Camp-Horinek of the Ponca Nation. Thank you to the Ponca Nation for welcoming us all to your land.
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IndigenousEnviroNet May 16
We can no longer wait for our elected officials to make the moves needed to combat our climate crisis. It’s up to us to mobilize and organize to hold them accountable. It’s
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IndigenousEnviroNet May 14
Protect the protectors, the fearless ones who are fighting for the well being of our Mother Earth. If our Mother is sick, so are our communities. They saw our collective power during Standing Rock, so now they want to take it away. Resist.
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IndigenousEnviroNet May 13
LIVE TODAY 2:30 ET/ 1:30 CT 12:30 MT / 11:30 PT Leona Morgan (Din'e) will brief Congress on uranium mining and nuclear waste. Decommissioning: A New Era in the U.S. Nuclear Power Industry; a Critical Need for Congressional Oversight. LIVE STREAM:
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EarthJurist May 11
Executive Committee member and Director Tom Goldtooth delivering the keynote to a packed room of Earth advocates.
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Abigail Garbett May 11
"Resist a world that does not understand its own relationship to the creative female principal of Mother Earth" Tom Goldtooth, the Executive Director of the Indigenous Environmental Network, speaking at in Sigtuna today.
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IndigenousEnviroNet May 10
ETP, keep your leaky pipelines off Texas land. Energy Transfer Partners LP will no longer pursue the Permian Gulf Coast pipeline as initially announced. The proposed project would have carried 1 million barrels per day to the Gulf Coast.
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