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 […]

Photo Essay: Why Are Native Americans Protesting Pipelines? By Joe Whittle

What cause do Native Americans have to believe so much risk is inherent with oil pipelines? Oil companies tout statistics of their safety and comparative incident levels to other transport. What is it about pipelines that has hundreds of tribes across the U.S. and Canada uniting to the point that even ancient enemy tribes with [...]

BLOG: “The Battle Ahead Lies in our Hearts” by Cherri Foytlin

The Battle Ahead Lies in our Hearts By Cherri Foytlin   It is hard to believe that it was only about a year ago that many of us were in Paris, France, at the 21st Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The Paris Agreement, which came out of […]

Indigenous Environmental Network Responds to Chairman Archambault’s Ask for Water Protectors to Return Home and Comments on the Fight Ahead

Indigenous Environmental Network Responds to Chairman Archambault’s Ask for Water Protectors to Return Home and Comments on the Fight Ahead December 9, 2016 [Cannon Ball, ND] – Following blizzard-like conditions and plummeting temperatures at Standing Rock, Chairman David Archambault Jr. released a letter respectfully asking visiting Water Protectors to develop exit strategies and to return […]

Coalition Statement: What’s Next for the Water Protectors at Standing Rock?

Coalition Statement: What’s Next for the Water Protectors at Standing Rock? We, the below stated, are a coalition of grassroots groups living and working in the Dakota Access resistance camps along the Cannon Ball River in Oceti Sakowin treaty lands. Honor the Earth Indigenous Environmental Network Sacred Stone Camp International Indigenous Youth Council   The […]

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Thousands Will Join Actions on Tuesday to Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline

For Immediate Release: November 11, 2016 Contact: Nicky Vogt, 610-389-1314, vogt@newpartners.com ***Media Advisory*** Thousands Will Join Actions on Tuesday to Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline More than 100 actions planned at President Obama’s Army Corps of Engineers offices and other locations WHAT: A national day of action at President Obama’s Army Corps of Engineers offices to […]

Standing Rock Update: Arson fire started near Oceti Sakowin Camp Oct. 30, 2016

Hello family. Haven’t posted much updates yesterday and today due to on-the-ground work and travel. But here is an update on a fire that happened: There was a brush fire two nights ago (Oct 29th) near the Oceti Sakowin camp. It happened west of the camp, across highway 1806. It was intentionally started by unknown […]