At May 2nd Water Action Day at the Mn State Capitol, Winona LaDuke of Honor the Earth called on our MN lawmakers to do the right thing and VOTE NO on legislation permitting the building of Enbridge Line 3.Read More
Greenlight Line 3 (HF 3759/SF3510) bypasses the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) review process and allows immediate construction of the Line 3 Oil Pipeline. What does this mean?Read More
There are some bad environmental bills going through. Let’s take action!
HF3759/SF3510 proposes to grant Enbridge the right to immediately construct Line 3, completely eliminating the current Public Utilities Commission permit process. This means that Enbridge would be able to bypass any processes seeking to make sure that Line 3 would not have a negative impact on the environment or any of the communities who live in the areas the line will run through. For more on this see: Enbridge Fact SheetRead More
Thursday; Feb 22, 8:30a-11:30 - State of Minnesota Public Utilities Commission.
PACK THE ROOM!
On February 22, the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission will consider whether to require a full tribal resources survey before deciding to approve or deny the Line 3 pipeline. Line 3 is a project by the Canadian pipeline company Enbridge to build a huge tar sands pipeline across northern Minnesota, the Mississippi River, and tribal treaty land. A project of this scale absolutely needs a full survey of tribal impacts.
Let's fill up the hearing room, support the tribes and environmental groups and others opposing the pipeline, and show the PUC that we're here and we care and we're not going anywhere.Read More