The Canadian oil company is feeling the heat as Indigenous groups, environmental organizations, and other activists are demanding that the President pull the plug.
The Biden Administration has taken numerous steps to shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy. On his first day in office, he canceled the Keystone XL pipeline. A federal court has declared the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is operating without the necessary permits. Tribes and environmentalists are calling for him to shut down DAPL.
Meanwhile, opposition to the Enbridge Line 3 continues in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Currently, the 1,097-mile-long Enbridge Line 3 pipeline carries tar sands crude oil from Edmonton, Alberta, through Minnesota, to the town of Superior in northern Wisconsin.
On Friday, May 7, a coalition of organizations across the United States will "organize actions and protests at the branches, offices, and headquarters of the banks funding Line 3."