Webcast: How We Win
February 8, 2017
This afternoon, we’re pleased to be hosting Winona LaDuke, Jane Kleeb, and Matt Krogh in an important webinar. These leaders will be talking about how to combat the oil industry’s spin doctors and how we can keep moving the public and the marketplace to win a just and sustainable energy economy.
RSVP for the webcast here. The webcast starts today, February 8th, at 4pm Eastern (1pm Pacific)
The executive orders from the Trump administration on the Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines mark a bitter moment, but we’re far from the end of the story.
While the oil industry holds huge political power, both Indigenous and community leaders have been delaying or denying these and other major projects–and renewables are booming. When the industry says, “We have to move the oil somehow,” these leaders call them on the false choice between oil trains and pipelines and a false future built on fossil fuels.
Join us for this important webcast. RSVP now.
About the Presenters
For nearly 40 years, Winona LaDuke has been a tireless leader on issues related to climate change, Indigenous rights, human rights, and clean water. Winona is Executive Director and Co-founder of Honor the Earth, an organization dedicated to creating awareness and support for Native environmental issues and to developing needed financial and political resources for the survival of sustainable Native communities. Honor the Earth is active in the battles against the Dakota Access and Line 3 pipelines.
Jane Kleeb is the Founder and President of The Bold Alliance, a network of community groups in Nebraska, Iowa, Louisiana, and Oklahoma that fight fossil fuel projects, protect landowners against eminent domain abuse, and work for clean energy solutions. Dubbed the “Keystone Killer” by Rolling Stone, Jane is an experienced grassroots organizer, manager, political strategist, and nonprofit entrepreneur.
Matt Krogh is the Extreme Oil Campaign Director at Stand.earth. For the better part of the past 10 years he has been a leader in the fights against coal and oil train terminals on the West Coast. He is the creator of the blast-zone.org website, where users can track the movement of dangerous oil trains. His professional training includes remote sensing, environmental education, and ecological modelling.
Please RSVP for the webinar here, and thank you for being part of this conversation at this critical moment.