The Indigenous Environmental Network thanks Leonardo DiCaprio for his Golden Globes Acceptance Speech
The Indigenous Environmental Network and on behalf of all frontline Indigenous Peoples across Turtle Island, we send sincere thanks, appreciation and a heartfelt handshake to Leonard DiCaprio. A lot of people from my homelands, today known as Fort Berthold, in North Dakota, were pretty excited about the making of “The Revenant”, from the onset of filming. It’s really the first time a part of our history is being represented like this on the big screen; I mean, to go to the movie theater and hear Arikara is not exactly an everyday occurrence!read more
With your signatures you join a collective appeal to the pertinent authorities of the Ecuadorian State, that through their administration of justice, the verdict constitutes a true paradigm shift in favor of the Rights of Nature and guarantees the future of the children and grandchildren of our communities.read more
New York (15 December 2015)– In the midst of the holiday season, while thoughts turn to roasting chestnuts, a handful of scientists are working to genetically engineer the iconic American chestnut tree which they hope to release throughout the Appalachians and the Eastern US. Indigenous Peoples, scientists and others are raising alarms about the risks of these trees, cautioning about their dangerous impacts to forests, wildlife and human health . Due to these unassessed risks, they warn, GE chestnuts, or any GE trees trees should never be approved for planting.read more
Indigenous activists Protest the Removal of Indigenous Rights from the Paris Climate Pact on the Seine River
Indigenous groups from across the world staged a paddle down the Seine river in Paris on Sunday, calling on governments to ensure Indigenous rights are included in the United Nations climate pact currently being negotiated in France. The United States, the EU, Australia and other states have pushed for Indigenous rights to be dropped from the binding parts of the agreement out of fear that it could create legal liabilities.read more
Despite the ban on Protest in Paris, we will be there to raise our voices against war, racism and pollution profiteering. We stand in solidarity with the countless victims of recent violence in Paris, Beirut, and Mali, as well as their families and loved ones.
The It Takes Roots to Weather the Storm delegation of over 100 frontline leaders from climate impacted communities across the US and Canada, including the Arctic, united under the slogan: No War, No Warming – Build an Economy for People and Planet. We stand against the criminalization of the defenders of Mother Earth and the illegitimate criminalization of protest, in particular during the COP21. Civil society, popular movements, indigenous movements and society in general have the right to raise their voices in dissent, especially when our futures are being negotiated. The voices of Indigenous peoples, youth, women and frontline communities need to provide guidance in these negotiations, now more than ever.read more
Bemidji, MN – Dallas Goldtooth, a grassroots organizer who works for the Indigenous Environmental Network has been selected by CREDO Mobile to receive a grant of up to $500 for his work to support Indigenous grassroots campaigns against oil development and infrastructure in frontline communities.read more
KEYSTONE XL RESISTANCE RIDE AND MARCH EXPECTED TO BRING HUNDREDS TO PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA, TO PROTEST PIPELINEShare on Tumblr FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE : Friday, July 24, 2015 CONTACT: Sabrina King, Dakota Rural Action: (605) 9390527 Dallas Goldtooth, Indigenous Environmental Network: (507) 4127609 Pierre, SD – On Sunday, July 26, over 60 native and nonnative... read more
Dakota Artist Commissioned to Make Star Quilt for President Took Liberty in Embroidering “NOKXL” Into DesignShare on Tumblr Share on... read more
Groups from around the world  today joined together to denounce the US government for allowing the first genetically engineered tree, a loblolly pine, to be legalized with no government or public oversight, with no assessment of their risks to the public or the environment, and without regard to overwhelming public opposition to GE trees.read more
Groups globally mobilize to stop commercial release of genetically engineered eucalyptus trees in Brazil and USread more
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said that a cleanup team was working with heavy equipment Wednesday to secure an entrance to the Gold King Mine. Workers instead released an estimated 1 million gallons of mine waste into Cement Creek.
“The project was intended to pump and treat the water and reduce metals pollution flowing out of the mine,” agency spokesman Rich Mylott said in a statement.
The creek runs into the Animas River, which then flows into the San Juan River in New Mexico and joins the Colorado River in Utah.”
On August 8, 2015 Ft. Berthold Protectors of Water and Earth Rights along with Indigenous Environmental Network hosted our first annual 2015 Water Blessing and Healing Walk. We prayed for all the sacred waters of the Earth.read more
First Nation concerned Nexen oil pipeline spill highlights dangers of poorly regulated industry and violations of TreatyShare on Tumblr FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE First Nation concerned Nexen oil pipeline spill highlights dangers of poorly regulated industry and violations of Treaty July 17, 2015 – Fort McMurray, AB – On Wednesday of this week Fort McMurray’s oil sands hit a new... read more
‘Shell No!’ Indigenous activists to confront Shell to end Arctic drilling at shareholder meetings in Netherlands and LondonShare on Tumblr Photos and media interviews available Suzanne Dhaliwal +447772694327 @notarsands email@example.com The delegation will attend the Shell Annual General Meeting at the Hague on Tuesday, May 19th, 9:00am GMT at the Circustheater,... read more
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