Winnable fracking bans will be on the table in the next Congress.
The Tsleil-Waututh Nation is pressuring insurance company Liberty Mutual to drop the pipeline.
The recent spate of favorable pipeline rulings is just the first step on the long road to victory, say activists.
The decision came after the cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the shutdown of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The insurance industry continues to cover new oil pipelines amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Activists are fighting back.
Pipeline construction isn’t “essential,” but it persists amid COVID-19.
Protests have broken out across Canada in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en land defenders.
A federal judge ruled against similar language in a South Dakota law last year that was deemed impermissibly vague.
As controversies over its pipelines continue to grow, the company seems to be taking off the gloves.