Hey Jeanne,

Despite the COVID-19 crisis, TC Energy is still going ahead with construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline, putting communities and their workers at even more risk. If you thought they could get more evil…

We need all eyes on the Wet’suwet’en frontlines right now. Billionaire oil CEOs and industry lobbyists will see this crisis as an opportunity to push through whatever they can when the world is looking the other way.

That’s why on Monday, March 23rd, we’ll be flooding KKR’s inbox, phone lines, and twitter feeds with messages telling them — respect the rights of the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and drop the risky Coastal GasLink pipeline immediately!

Will you take one minute right now and save the online date of action — Monday, March 23rd — to #ShutDownKKR in your calendar? Then, share this graphic on social media?

Share on Facebook.  Tweet it.

On Monday morning, we’ll be in touch here (via email) with easy and accessible online tools to email, call, and tweet at KKR. Since we’re all doing one of the biggest acts of global unity in modern times by socially isolating and staying inside, let’s use all the tools in our toolbox to #ShutDownKKR.

Talk to you very soon and let’s #ShutDownKKR,

Vanessa and Rising Tide North America

PS: Across the U.S. and Canada, fossil fuel companies are clamoring for bailouts during the COVID-19. Last week, fracking CEO and billionaire, Harold Hamm, even privately urged the President not to adopt a national paid sick leave policy. What a nice guy! Corporate and political elites trying to use this shock to consolidate power. We have to do everything we can to stop them. There’s too much at stake. The Coastal GasLink project would lock us into decades of increased fracked gas, disregarding the lack of consent by Wet’suwet’en community and the impacts to climate, air, water and the risks posed to indigenous women by man camps built along the route.

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