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Judge Orders Dakota Access Pipeline Shutdown

Via apnews.com

FARGO, N.D. (AP) — "A federal judge on Monday ordered the Dakota Access pipeline shut down pending a more thorough environmental review, handing a victory to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe three years after the pipeline first began carrying oil following months of protests."

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Winona LaDuke, Honor the Earth, joins Attorney General Keith Ellison and allies in announcing lawsuit against big oil companies

Winona LaDuke, Honor the Earth, joins Attorney General Kieth Ellison and allies in announcing lawsuit against big oil companies saying for 30 years they lied to Minnesotans about the impacts of climate change. Activist Laduke says climate change is threatening her livelihood from farming rice. 

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Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to hold contested case hearing on Enbridge Line 3 water permit

The pollution agency will conduct a "contested case" hearing this summer on a water permit for the project. 

“We’re glad to see Laura Bishop and the PCA recognize the critical need for more analysis and public input on the threat Line 3 would pose to Minnesota’s clean water,” Margaret Levin, director of the Sierra Club North Star Chapter, said. --- "judicial appeal of the MPCA’s abdication of its legal duty to protect Minnesota from oil spills," LaDuke said.

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Black Snake Chronicles: Landowners Challenge Eminent Domain and Line 3 Faces New Regulatory Challenges

Article by: Winona Laduke

While the Enbridge Company seeks to push ahead with Line 3 in Minnesota, the future of this pipeline, Enbridge and the Dakota Access and Keystone Pipeline remain twirled in their fate with oil markets and the COVID 19 Pandemic . The world is rapidly changing.

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The Red Lake Band of Chippewa, White Earth Band of Ojibwe, Honor the Earth, Youth Climate Interveners and the Sierra Club File Petitions for Reconsideration on Recent Line 3 Approvals by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission

The Red Lake Band of Chippewa, White Earth Band of Ojibwe, Honor the Earth, Youth Climate Interveners and the Sierra Club File Petitions for Reconsideration on Recent Line 3 Approvals by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission

LEGAL ARGUMENTS INCLUDE NEW MATERIAL EVIDENCE OF “UNPRECEDENTED EVENTS” AND IMPACTS OF COVID-19, OIL MARKET COLLAPSE AND CLIMATE CHANGE, PLUS RISKS OF OIL SPILLS ON LAKE SUPERIOR AND THE DULUTH-SUPERIOR HARBOR

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Honor the Earth joined in a Coalition of Advocacy Groups Filing Request to Intervene in Enbridge Line 5 Case Pipeline.

Honor the Earth joined advocacy groups with, Midwest Environmental Advocates (MEA), requesting to intervene in a case that will determine whether multinational oil company Enbridge Energy receives authority from the state to condemn private property rights in order to complete a reroute of Line 5.

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May 14th ! Indigo Girls to perform live the 'Rites of Passage,' to benefit Honor the Earth and support food security in Indian Country

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Live Performance Will Benefit Indigenous Non-Profit Honor the Earth and Support Food Security in Indian Country. Make sure you follow @indigogirlsmusic ❤️https://www.youtube.com/user/indigogirls

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Honor the Earth to Challenge Newly Issued Certificate of Need and Route Permit for proposed Line 3

Honor the Earth to Challenge Newly Issued Certificate of Need and Route Permit

MINNESOTA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION REISSUES NEW ORDERS FOR LINE 3 WHILE IGNORING GROWING CLIMATE CHANGE EVIDENCE AND IMPACTS OF COVID-19 CRISIS ON DEMAND FOR EXPENSIVE AND DIRTY TAR SANDS CRUDE OIL FROM CANADA

PUC COMMISSIONER SCHUERGER’S BOLD DISSENTING OPINION IN TOUCH WITH REALITY OF 2020 OIL INDUSTRY

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DESPERATE PIPELINE COMPANIES TRY TO PUSH AHEAD DURING PANDEMIC

This spring changed our world. That’s for sure. There’s a long ago story of how the Bat changed the world. And once again, we are seeing this change. Mother Earth is taking a breath. Air pollution is down at least twenty percent, and you can see the stars and the sun. The hole over the ozone mended in the past couple of weeks, and the season has changed. Just like that, when the frogs come, the maple syrup is done. Nature’s time. That’s a lot different than the time of industrial society, or Wiindigo economics.

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Music is powerful and Inspiring: Live Nahko performs "Honor the Earth"

Nahko And Medicine For The People release new single ‘Honor The Earth’

"Honor the Earth, the Mother comes first, live in a good way for Her!”, says Nahko.

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