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Pressure on Biden Builds: Members of Congress & Build Back Fossil Free Coalition Push for Action on Fossil Fuels Ahead of COP26
After the week-long “People vs. Fossil Fuels” mobilization at the White House, pressure is building on the Biden Administration ahead of COP26 to use its executive authority to declare a climate emergency and stop approving fossil fuel projects.
People vs. Fossil Fuels Mobilization Concludes with Youth-Led Civil Disobedience at the Capitol; 90 Arrested At Capitol; Total Arrests at 655 for the Week
Under a banner declaring “We did not vote for fossil fuels,” Indigenous and youth climate activists led a march to the Capitol today for a mass civil disobedience action, demanding Congress and the Biden Administration take urgent action to stop all new fossil fuel projects and launch a just renewable energy revolution. 90 people were arrested on the fifth and final day of the “People vs. Fossil Fuels” mobilization, bringing the total arrested during the week of action to 655.
Frontline Indigenous Leaders Occupy the Bureau of Indian Affairs in D.C. for the First Time Since the 1970’s
Frontline Indigenous leaders from various fossil fuel fights from across Turtle Island occupied the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington D.C. for the first time since the 1970’s on Thursday with a list of demands for President Biden.
130 More Arrested At the White House; 50+ Indigenous Leaders Occupy Bureau of Indian Affairs; Demonstrators Will March to the Capitol on Friday
130 people were arrested for committing civil disobedience at the White House on Thursday, the fourth day of the “People vs. Fossil Fuels” mobilization, which is pressuring President Biden to declare a climate emergency and stop approving fossil fuel projects.
90 More Arrested At “People vs. Fossil Fuels” Protest at White House as Biden Administration Stays Silent
Demonstrators returned to the White House on Wednesday morning for the third day of the “People vs. Fossil Fuels” mobilization, keeping up the pressure on President Biden to declare a climate emergency and stop all new fossil fuel projects.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 12, 2021 The second day of protests highlights fossil fuel projects across the United States that President Biden could reject with a
Indigenous People Lead White House Protest to Demand President Biden Declare A Climate Emergency and Stop Approving Fossil Fuel Projects
Washington, DC — Led by Indigenous water protectors, activists, and Tribal leaders from across the country, hundreds of people took part in a protest at the White House on Monday, Indigenous Peoples Day, to demand that President Biden stop the fossil fuel projects that are threatening Native communities from Appalachia to Alaska.