Occupy activists in the Bay Area are using the hashtag #NoDAPL to protest the Keystone XL pipeline, which the company plans to begin transporting in April.
The movement is gaining traction among young people and people of color, with protests already occurring at airports across the country.
But while the movement is growing in the United States, activists around the world are rallying against it, especially after the Paris attacks that killed 130 people.
The #NoKXL movement is also gaining momentum in Europe, where people are organizing to stop the pipeline in cities from Copenhagen to Brussels.
The hashtag is a rallying cry for activists and organizers in Europe and is now being used by thousands in countries around the globe.
Here’s a quick guide to how to use #NoPipeline to join the movement:Where can I sign up?
There are a number of ways to join in the #NoTalks movement.
There are also online petitions and a number on social media.
Here are some of the main ways people can join the #nopipeline movement:Follow us on Facebook to get the latest news from the #Occupy movement.