Minnesota Police Blocking Release of Info on Pipeline Protests w/ Will Parrish and Charlotte Grubb

Indigenous women led movements have continued to disrupt the ┬áconstruction of Canadian oil giant Enbridge Energy’s Line 3 pipeline with over a thousand arrested. Police have escalated in a multitude of ways (felony charges, high bails, rubber bullets, tear gas, etc) against water protecting pipeline opponents.

Listen here: https://bit.ly/Line3CopsGandR

Canceled. The Keystone XL Pipeline is over and done.

This week, TC Energy (formerly TransCanada) announced that they were finally terminating the Keystone XL Pipeline (KXL) project after over a decade resistance from the Alberta tar sands to Wall Street to the White House to the Gulf Coast.

Listen in: https://bit.ly/KXLGandR

Scott Parkin, one of our favorite co-hosts of Green and Red Podcast, worked for ten years in the climate justice movements to stop KXL from being built. In this episode, Bob interviews Scott about his work in stopping the KXL pipeline, strategies to fight the oil industry and what’s next for the climate justice movement.