The Anti-Pipeline Movement’s Children’s Crusade

The Anti-Pipeline Movement’s Children’s Crusade

But what is being sold as a story about a bunch of idealistic whiz kids joining forces to protect Minnesota from the nefarious pipeline company is really just the latest scheme launched by 350.org and other keep-it-in-the-ground activist groups to shut down much-needed pipeline construction across North America.

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The Anti-pipeline Activists Repeat the Same Mistakes that Got Them Sued

The Anti-pipeline Activists Repeat the Same Mistakes that Got Them Sued

Just weeks after Energy Transfer Partners filed a lawsuit against Greenpeace and other members of the anti-pipeline “enterprise,” at least four members of that enterprise—350.org, the Rainforest Action Network, Sierra Club, and Food and Water Watch—have teamed up with other extremist groups to launch the “Stop Energy Transfer Partners” campaign’s National Day of Action (September 8-9), which is chock full of the same lies that ETP is suing them for in the first place.

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Crowd-Sourcing the Divestment Movement

When environmental activists persuaded the City of Seattle to divest their multi-billion-dollar portfolio from Wells Fargo in retribution for funding the Dakota Access pipeline, they didn’t celebrate the victorious conclusion to their campaign. They celebrated the beginning of a new front in the financial assault against the oil and natural gas industries.

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