The Paris Agreement Does Not Recognize Indigenous Rights

For Immediate Release: Friday November 17th, 2017 PRESS CONTACT: Jade Begay, Communications Coordinator – Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN) jade@ienearth.org, whatsapp +1 505 699 4791 Dallas Goldtooth, dallas@ienearth.org   The Paris Agreement Does Not Recognize Indigenous Rights On the final day of the UNFCCC COP23, the Indigenous Environmental Network and its allies face a long road […]

In Response to America’s Pledge, Californians Ask Governor Brown: Still In for What?

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, November 11, 2017 Contact: Jade Begay,  jade@ienearth.org, whatsapp: +1-505-699-4791 In Response to America’s Pledge, Californians Ask Governor Brown: Still In for What? As California Governor Jerry Brown arrives to UN Climate Talks to Promote His Climate Agenda, Californians and Frontline Groups Put Pressure on the Governor to Take Bolder Climate Action […]

The U.S. People’s Delegation Takes on the Trump Administration

For Immediate Release PRESS CONTACTS: Jade Begay, Media/Communications Coordinator, Indigenous Rising Media-Indigenous Environmental Network, jade@ienearth.org; whatsapp +1 505 699 4791  Thanu Yakupitiyage, U.S Communications Manager, 350.org thanu@350.org; whatsapp: +1-413-687-5160; German # +49-0175-666-8608 Hoda Baraka, Global Communications Director, 350.org hoda@350.org; whatsapp: 20-100-184-0990; German # +49-175-665-6970 The U.S. People’s Delegation Takes on the Trump Administration ______________________________________________________ While […]

First Nations organizing leads to TransCanada Ending Its East Energy East Pipeline and Eastern Mainline proposals.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 5th, 2017 Contact: Eriel Deranger, Indigenous Climate Action, indigenousclimateaction@gmail.com Dallas Goldtooth, Indigenous Environmental Network, dallas@ienearth.org   First Nations organizing leads to TransCanada Ending Its East Energy East Pipeline and Eastern Mainline proposals. Indigenous Climate Action and Indigenous Environmental Network respond to this decision and its impact on First Nations and Indigenous […]

Gulf Coast Environmental Justice Organizers launch the L’eau Est La Vie (Water is Life) Camp, the new hub for the Bayou Bridge Resistance

Indigenous Environmental Network Releases powerful video showing the impact of Bayou Bridge and the plight of coastal Indigenous people in the Louisiana wetlands Springfield, LA – Following legal victories for the Tribes at Standing Rock, Water Protectors in Southern Louisiana will open the L’eau Est La Vie (Water is Life) Camp tomorrow. The launch marks […]

IEN Statement on Federal Court Ruling to Revisit DAPL Environmental Analysis

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 14, 2017 Contact: Jade Begay, jade@ienearth.org, 505-699-4791 Nina Smith, nina@megaphonestrategies.com, 301-717-9006 IEN Statement on Federal Court Ruling to Revisit DAPL Environmental Analysis Bemidji, MN — Today, Indigenous peoples and Water Protectors marked a crucial victory in the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline. A federal judge ruled that the Army Corps […]

BLOG: 25 Issues You Can Comment On for the DAPL EIS!

President Trump is trying to circumvent the law and force the Dakota Access pipeline to get approved. But the Obama administration already started an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) process and that can't be disregarded. The Army Corps of Engineers has to complete the EIS process before they can make any ruling on the final easement [...]

Leave a Public Comment for the DAPL E.I.S.!

The fight against the Dakota Access pipeline is NOT OVER! Donald Trump is trying to seal the deal on getting this dirty Bakken oil project completed and we need your help to demonstrate that we are not alone in this struggle! The Department of Army has filed a notice of intent to complete an Environmental […]