Indigenous Activists Lead Ecuadorian Protests

Indigenous Activists Lead Ecuadorian Protests

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Indigenous communities in Ecuador have struggled to get back on their feet, and the socioeconomic issues that have plagued these communities for generations have been exacerbated by skyrocketing costs of living. In most Indigenous...
IP3 Partners with Mosquito Fleet for 3 Day Kayaktivist Training

IP3 Partners with Mosquito Fleet for 3 Day Kayaktivist Training

Looking back on July 25th, 2015, the Shell Corporation’s notorious icebreaking ship, Fennica arrived in Portland, Oregon near Swan Island where it was confronted by droves of climbers and kayaktivists on a mission; to keep the ship from Arctic drilling in the...
Save Guåhan (Guam) Water – Sign The Petition

Save Guåhan (Guam) Water – Sign The Petition

As if the attack on Indigenous lands and waters wasn’t enough for tribal communities of North and South America, what we are seeing is the same old “business as usual” from the U.S. government and military, an attack on Indigenous communities the...
Lithium Future – When the Water Runs Dry

Lithium Future – When the Water Runs Dry

In the midst of a global greenhouse gas catastrophe, and as supporters and organizations of environmental justice work towards a more equitable future excluding the extraction of fossil fuels, we are witnessing a small fraction of policies and government agencies...
Indigenous Land Defender Sentenced for Protecting His Own Lands

Indigenous Land Defender Sentenced for Protecting His Own Lands

Land Defender and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations member, William George was sentenced to 28 days in jail for defending his ancestral and unceded land Tuesday, May 10th against the expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline. Early last year, the British Columbia Supreme...