An afternoon fundraising and movement building event inviting our diverse movements to pull together behind Indigenous leadership on fossil fuel campaigns.
Find out how you can take strategic action to protect land, air and water from fossil fuel expansion projects, notably the Kinder Morgan pipeline that threatens our Salish Sea home. Learn how movements, in solidarity with strong indigenous leaders and communities, are making gains around the world, and discover how you can take action, right now, in your own backyard.
- Bill McKibben, the co-founder of 350.org and one of the most prominent climate activists in the world
- Grand Chief Stewart Phillips, President of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs
- Chief Jackie Thomas, Yinka Dene Alliance and Saik'uz Nation Chief
- Jess Housty, councillor, Heiltsuk Nation and major Pull Together fundraiser
- Eriel Deranger, Athabasca Chipewyan Nation
- Clayton Thomas Muller, 350.org (M.C.)
- Cedar George Parker, Tsleil-Waututh & Tulalip Nation
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