Biden must be our ‘climate president’. He can start by ending pipeline projects | Faith Spotted Eagle and Kendall Mackey
There is no way to mine fossil fuels without driving the planet past 1.5C of warming and putting Indigenous communities at risk
As we prepare to turn the page on 2020, and inaugurate Joe Biden as president on 20 January 2021, the incoming administration has a climate mandate to listen to people across America – and keep fossil fuels in the ground. This means stopping the Keystone XL, Dakota Access and Line 3 pipelines on day one.
While Trump props up failing fossil fuel companies, including through government handouts from Covid-19 stimulus packages to the tune of $15bn, Biden has already committed to transitioning the United States off oil, holding polluters accountable, honoring treaty rights and stopping the Keystone XL pipeline.