#DefundDAPL

Two protestors hang suspended from ropes above the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears football game on January 1, 2017, at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The protesters unfurled a banner in opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline.

U.S. Bank Pulls Funds from All Oil and Gas Pipeline Construction

The financial institution is, instead, prioritizing solar and wind.

A demonstrator protests inside a Wells Fargo Bank branch November 17, 2011, in Portland, Oregon. Then, they were protesting its funding of private prisons. Now, they've gotten the city to divest from it due to its interests in the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Portland Votes to Divest from All Corporations

This includes the Dakota Access Pipleine and companies which profit from the prison industrial complex. 

Pound coins are seen alongside U.S. dollar bills and euro coins on April 4, 2017, in Bath, England.

A French Bank Is Latest to Divest from Dakota Access Pipeline Project

Oil may be flowing through DAPL, but some investors are still taking steps against it.  

Marchers hold signs during the Women's March on January 21, 2017, in Los Angeles, California.

LA Moves Toward Divesting from Wells Fargo in DAPL Protest

Resistance against DAPL continues, even as oil flows through the pipeline.  

The currency of Norway, the krone.

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Meets With Ethics Council of World's Largest Fund

Norway's sovereign wealth fund is worth $915 billion.

President Donald Trump speaks about the Keystone XL decision during a National Economic Council meeting in the Oval Office at the White House March 24, 2017, in Washington, D.C.

State Department Issues Keystone XL Permit

Trump called it a "historic moment for North American and energy independence."

Demonstrators rally downtown before marching to Trump Tower while protesting the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline on February 4, 2017, in Chicago, Illinois.

Divestment Movement Against Dakota Access Continues With Investor Pulling $34.8M

A Norwegian firm withdrew funds from three companies that partially own the $3.78 billion pipeline project.