• Stop the Intentional Flooding of O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation

    In 1974, crown corporation Manitoba Hydro flooded the lands of O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation / South Indian Lake, when they diverted the Churchill River to generate hydroelectric power. In doing so, they caused immeasurable destruction to ecosystems and communities, which is still very much felt today. As part of this development,

  • Learning From Disaster

    Teesta River is a 315 km (196 mi) long river that rises in the eastern Himalayas, flows through the Indian states of Sikkim and West Bengal through Bangladesh and enters the Bay of Bengal. Teesta River is a crucial part of the state, culturally extremely important to the people of

  • Klamath River Dam Removal: Successfully moving forward

    A newest update on November 17, 2020 shared that the dam removal project is finally going ahead, after a long and unexpected four month delay. This is a huge win for the local tribes, activists, salmon, and ecosystem overall. For more details, check out the LA Times article here or

  • Champlain Hudson Power Express (CHPE)

    The North American Megadam Resistance Alliance (NAMRA) is also currently working to fight the Champlain Hudson Power Express (CHPE). This transmission corridor would bring Canadian hydropower to New York City to help them meet their “clean energy” goals. The transmission corridor is now being touted by NYC politicians as an

  • New England Clean Energy Connect (NECEC)

    The North American Megadam Resistance Alliance (NAMRA) is currently working to fight the New England Clean Energy Connect (NECEC) transmission corridor in Maine (also known as the CMP Corridor). As planned, this corridor would bring hydropower from Canada (Hydro-Quebec) to Massachusetts at an estimated cost of $1.8 billion to help