Library Search More Search Options Looking for more? Visit Career Opportunities to join our team at Earthjustice Visit Action Alerts for ways to get involved and take action Visit Our Team to meet Earthjustice's senior leadership and program staff feature February 22, 2022 FAQ: Standing Rock Litigation About the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s lawsuit challenging the Dakota Access Pipeline. Article July 31, 2021 Indigenous Heritage Sites Are at Risk of Destruction. Biden Can Change That. A historic totem pole journey builds pressure on the Biden administration to fulfill promises made to the first peoples of America’s lands and waters. feature July 14, 2021 Why Are Fossil Fuel Pipelines Bad for Our Climate and Communities? The threat from pipelines may be big, but it is solvable. Update April 9, 2021 Biden Delivers Disappointment on the Dakota Access Pipeline The position taken by the administration is no different than that of the Trump administration. So what happens now? video January 19, 2021 Tȟokáta Hé Miyé (My Name Is Future) Tell President Biden to shut down the Dakota Access Pipeline. Article November 30, 2020 An Open Letter on DAPL “Our experience is that the U.S. does not honor the treaties of their grandfathers,” writes the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s historic preservation officer. feature July 6, 2020 Still Standing In the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s case against the Dakota Access Pipeline, youth activism and legal advocacy work hand-in-hand in the fight for justice. Article March 25, 2020 Standing Rock Tribe Wins in Court After Years of Perseverance A federal judge struck down permits for the Dakota Access Pipeline, even after COVID-19 precautions led to an unconventional day in court. feature March 18, 2020 DAPL Update: Tribe Asks Court to Shut Down DAPL Due to Failed Remand; Massive Pipeline Expansion Planned Earthjustice attorney Jan Hasselman explains the significance of the legal development. feature November 1, 2018 The Renewed Legal Challenge Against the Dakota Access Pipeline A new chapter opens in the legal fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline. feature August 31, 2018 On the U.S. Army Corps’ Aug. 31 Decision on the Dakota Access Pipeline The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued a brief decision on Aug. 31, 2018, affirming its original decision to issue a construction permit for the Dakota Access Pipeline. Attorney Jan Hasselman explains what it means. feature October 11, 2017 Dakota Access Update: The Oil Will Keep Flowing; The Fight Continues The Earthjustice attorney representing the Standing Rock Sioux explains the Oct. 11 ruling on the case, and where the legal process goes next. feature June 15, 2017 DAPL Ruling: What Was Decided, What’s Next? An explanation of the latest court decision in the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's litigation: how the Trump administration decision fell short in three important respects, and what lies ahead. Article April 18, 2017 ‘Paddling Side by Side,’ from Standing Rock to the Lower Snake River Native American tribes around the country are coming together to assert their treaty rights and protect the environment for future generations. feature March 22, 2017 In Conversation: Standing With Standing Rock Earthjustice attorney Jan Hasselman, lead counsel to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in their litigation, discusses the historic legal case and what lies ahead. video February 9, 2017 Donald Trump, Turn On Your Phone Donald Trump is saying that no one is calling to complain about his approval of pipelines. He is forgetting to mention that the phones are not on and that people can't call. feature December 16, 2016 Dakota Access: Where Do We Go from Here? What does the decision not to grant an easement for the Dakota Access pipeline mean, and could the Trump administration reverse course? Article November 22, 2016 Nos Estamos Perdiendo del 90 Por Ciento de la Historia del Oleoducto Dakota Access La protesta del oleoducto Dakota Access es un intento necesario de proteger el agua y la cultura nativa.