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Pipelines and Indigenous Communities: Extractive Infrastructures & Water-Dependent Livelihoods - PLEASE NOTE: This event is offered online only. There are no options for attendeing the event in person
PLEASE NOTE: This event is offered online only. There are no options for attendeing the event in person.

This gathering will bring together Indigenous citizens and environmental leaders, Water Protectors, artists, and researchers from the Arctic, Siberia, and Upper Midwest Great Lakes regions to share experiences, explore knowledge, and discuss resistance strategies concerned with pipeline development.

The gatherings and workshops focus on pipeline infrastructure impacts to social-ecological systems and the community mechanisms used to defend Indigenous rights, livelihoods, and more-than-human relationships while maintaining resilience in the emergent political, economic and social realities of resource development. In particular, workshop participants will focus on Enbridge’s Line 3 & Line 5 pipelines, the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota, the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System, and pipeline networks traversing Indigenous territories across the Republic of Sakha, the Republic of Komi, and through Sakhalin, Russia.

These discussions will share experiences and knowledge about community-extractive industry relationships around the world with the intention of increasing community connections across these territories while strengthening resistance efforts to protect Indigenous lands and waters.
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