Climate activists continued their protests outside the White House on Wednesday, with a group of activists indicating that President Biden was “participating in the mass death.”
Activists erected a 60-foot plaque to make the White House look like it was flooding.
Washington, DC, activist group, “Activists deployed 60 feet of water in front of @WhiteHouse to show that climate change is now over.” Arm in Arm 4 Climate DC tweeted. The weather claims that 30 people have died in Tennessee this summer and 40 people have died in the New York area.
“#climatechange is here and not doing anything is causing mass death,” he added.
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However, activists have joined the White House this week to protest the expansion of the Line 3 pipeline from Canada to the US Midwest. On October 1 a new section of the line was opened. Although Biden blocked the Keystone XL pipeline, he did not block Line 3.
Climate protesters vandalized the statue of former President Andrew Jackson and surrounded the White House on Monday, which he celebrated as a day of indigenous people.
The Build Back Fossil Free Federation launched a five-day protest on Monday, aimed at pressuring the administration to take more action on climate change by declaring a national emergency and ending fossil fuel projects.
Sikhik Maupin, director of the coalition’s core member sovereign Inupiat for a Living Arctic, told LBL that protesters want to follow Biden’s campaign promises.
“People are dying now from pollutants, toxins, the on-going climate extremes – and we need to stop the damage,” Moupin wrote. “Biden’s election is riding on climate change; his entire election rests on turning people of color and local people.”
Activists delivered a letter to the White House on Tuesday, demanding that Biden block Line 3 The Minnesota reformer reported.
“You have declared a red-climate emergency, saying, ‘The nation and the world are in danger.’ “It’s past time to act in accordance with your declaration.”
Signatories include the Minnesota Chapter of the Honor the Earth, MN350, Take Action Minnesota and the Council on American-Islamic Relations. The product company has signed up for a seventh generation, land justice and domestic environmental cleanup.
Neither the Build Back Fossil Free Union nor the Arm in Arm4 Climate immediately responded to LBL’ request for comment.