Hi Jeanne, it’s Jane Fonda with Greenpeace and Fire Drill Fridays.

President Biden has taken great steps for the climate by rejoining the Paris climate accord and canceling the Keystone XL pipeline — but we need his administration to go further to cancel other dangerous projects like Line 3 and the Dakota Access pipeline. These pipelines threaten our environment and disrespect Indigenous sovereignty.

There are two things you can do to join the fight:

  1. Raise your voice: Tell President Biden to use the power of his office to reject Line 3.
  2. Join this week’s Fire Drill Friday! Tomorrow, I’ll be talking with climate activists Tara Houska and Nalelli Cobo on the frontlines about the history of these pipelines and how our movement can stop them.

The show goes LIVE on Friday, Feb 12 at 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT

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Line 3 threatens water supplies and impedes Indigenous rights despite a concerted effort from grassroots activists and water protectors in Minnesota. Indigenous water protectors and grassroots activists continue to take direct action against the construction of Line 3 which has forged ahead in recent months.

President Biden can revoke the water and environmental permits granted to Line 3’s parent company, Enbridge, under the Trump administration, but we need your voice. Send your message calling on Joe Biden to #StopLine3 immediately and invoke a climate test for all pipelines!

Thank you for your activism and for being a part of this people-powered movement. I can’t wait to see you all on Friday.

In solidarity,

Jane Fonda
Actor, Activist, and Fire Drill Fridays Founder

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