Bayou Bridge Pipeline
Tell Louisiana Gov. John Edwards to halt construction of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline until a full Environmental Impact Study of the project can be conducted.
Protecting the Bayou from ETP
If approved, the Bayou Bridge Pipeline will run though 11 parishes and cross around 600 acres of wetlands and 700 bodies of water, including wells that reportedly provide drinking water for some 300,000 families.
We believe that landowners and indigenous tribes have the right to determine what happens to their land. But Energy Transfer Partners (ETP), a giant oil company based in Texas, has been consistently violating those rights in their drive to build new oil and gas pipelines. And along the way, communities have suffered.
Click the button below to connect with the L’eau Est La Vie Camp in the swamps of Houma, Chitimacha, and Chata Territory (Southern Louisiana):
Campaign Blogs & Press Releases
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MONDAY, MAY 7, 2018 CONTACT: Pastor Harry Joseph, 5th District H.E.L.P. Association, (210) 315-7532 Genevieve Butler, (225) 624-2032 Dustin Renaud, Gulf Restoration Network, email@example.com 504-525-1528 x214 Dean Wilson, Atchafalaya Basinkeeper, (225) 692-4114 Cherri Foytlin, Bold Louisiana, (334) 462-4484 Elizabeth Livingston de Calderon, Tulane Environmental Law Clinic, (504) 862-8819; (504) 865-5789 – State Court Declares Bayou Bridge Pipeline’s Coastal Use Permit Illegal CONVENT, La. – Louisiana’s 23rd Judicial District … Read MoreRead More
US commercial banks are gearing up for their annual general meetings, starting as early as this week, but they’re not alone in making plans for AGM season. A growing number of concerned communities and organizations are planning a series of interventions at this year’s bank shareholder meetings to pressure the banks to stop financing controversial oil and gas infrastructure projects.Read More
By: Emily Jovais of 350.org, originally posted on Medium The energy at the L’eau Est La Vie camp is calm and serene, yet there’s also a palpable sense of urgency and seriousness. Through the trees and just around the corner – you can see the pipes on the ground and trenches where Energy Transfer Partners … Read MoreRead More