Despite the COVID-19 crisis, TC Energy is still going ahead with construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline, putting communities and their workers at even more risk.
We need all eyes on the Wet’suwet’en frontlines right now. Billionaire oil CEOs and industry lobbyists will see this crisis as an opportunity to push through whatever they can when the world is looking the other way.
That’s why on Monday, March 23rd, we’ll be flooding KKR’s inbox, phone lines, and twitter feeds with messages telling them — respect the rights of the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and drop the risky Coastal GasLink pipeline immediately! KKR is currently one of the pipeline’s biggest financiers.
Will you take one minute right now and join the online day of action. Here are 3 things you can do:
- Email KKR with our easy message tool
- Call KKR at 1-888-593-5407 and follow the instructions. Talking points:
- I am calling to demand you respect Indigenous rights and the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs, and drop the risky Coastal GasLink pipeline immediately.
- The Coastal GasLink project would lock us into decades of increased fracked gas.
- Building Coastal GasLink would disregarding the lack of consent by Wet’suwet’en community and the impacts to climate, air, water.
- All pipeline construction poses risks to indigenous women by allowing man camps to be built along the route. The problems with missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada and the US are well documented
- Tweet at @KKR_Co and tell them to drop Coastal GasLink
Thanks again for taking action! You can also share this post, and graphic to spread the word!Tweet #WetsuwetenStrong