Jane Fonda is continuing to do her bit amid the climate change crisis.
The actress and activist, 83, voiced her support for those protesting the Enbridge Line 3 replacement this week.
Fonda shared a clip of herself during a visit to the project site in Northern Minnesota, revealing her concerns about the environmental consequences of the pipeline replacement.
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The star’s caption included, “We were driving down the highway and pulled over to see the impacts of the nearly 1 million barrels of tar sands per day being brought from Alberta, Canada to Superior, Wisconsin by Enbridge, a Canadian pipeline company responsible for the largest inland oil spill in the U.S.”
She revealed how “Enbridge seeks to build a new pipeline corridor through untouched wetlands and the treaty territory of Anishinaabe peoples, through the Mississippi River headwaters to the shore of Lake Superior.”
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Fonda also said she’d be at the rivers “that are being threatened” over the next few days to “pray and send a message to Enbridge that water is life.”
The project, which the Ojibwe Water Protectors have called to be halted, is thought to be about half complete, KBJR 6 reported.