The latest from the field

Our Government and Kinder Morgan Want This Pipeline Quietly Approved. Not On Our Watch.
Almost 500 regular citizens won’t even get the chance to write a letter of comment, while oil giants like Exxon Mobil and Enbridge get a full seat at the table
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Why Coca Cola and Pepsi Can No Longer Ignore the Truth About Their Transportation Fuel
If Pepsi and Coca Cola stopped using the dirtiest oil on Earth in their fleets today, our climate, watersheds and communities would be better off
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Why 3M’s Forest Destruction and Greenwashing isn’t Going Unseen
Hundreds of college students were shocked and disappointed to hear that 3M is complicit in forest destruction
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Why We Delivered a Giant Fortune Cookie to a Government Official
The Sacred Headwaters must be permanently protected from all industrial development, for the sake of the salmon and the local communities
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Kinder Morgan Pipeline Expansion Proposal Draws Incredible Public Participation Despite Hurdles
Over 2,000 applications to participate in the hearing for the Kinder Morgan expansion project is probably not the outcome that Prime Minister Harper’s Government or its friends in big oil wanted
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Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue, 3M Destroys Forests So Here’s What We’ll Do
In the wee hours of Valentine’s Day morning, a dedicated group of activists braved the frigid Minnesota winter to send 3M a Valentine’s Day message it couldn’t ignore
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This Bay Area Town is Taking on Big Oil’s Expansion Plans - And Winning
WesPac is looking to turn Pittsburg into the crude hub of Northern California
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3M Half Marathon: Race Sponsor Called Out for Destroying Forests
This past weekend we wanted to make sure that 3M knows it can’t outrun its environmental track record
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It Takes a Movement: Celebrating our People Power Against Enbridge
Politicians issue permits, but only the people can issue permission.
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3M Destroying Old Growth Forest? Here’s What One Young Activist Did About It.
Climber reflects on the action: "I felt really secure in why I was doing [the banner hang], and so that helped to negate any fears I might have had. I felt strongly about doing it."
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