1.27.17: Stop the Dakota Access and Keystone XL Pipelines

They said this fight wasn't over, and they were right

On his fifth day in office, Donald Trump signed an executive order signaling his intention to revive the Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines, two projects that environmentalists say will have disastrous consequences for the planet. And surprise surprise, Donald Trump may have as much as a $1 million stake in the building of DAPL. The good news is that there's a lot that ordinary Americans can do to stop these projects and support people on the front lines of the resistance. Today's call to action: do your part to stop the construction of harmful oil pipelines.

Learn: why DAPL and Keystone XL are disastrous for our planet

Act: support and join in the resistance to these projects

Share: make sure your friends know this fight isn't over

  • Post an article from our "Learn" section on social media with the hashtags #NoDAPL and #NoKXL to make sure your friends know these fights are still going on
  • Add your name to the list at Defund DAPL if you're one of the thousands of Americans taking your money out of banks that fund DAPL and Keystone XL
  • Have friends in Canada? Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said he supports the Keystone XL revival, so tell them to contact him and state their opposition