Barclays is an investor in Enbridge, North America’s largest energy infrastructure company which has a long track record of oil spills and Indigenous rights violations. The company has been pushing to replace its existing Line 3 pipeline with a larger pipe that would carry 760,000 barrels of tar sands oil per day from Alberta to Wisconsin. Projects like Line 3 are linked to violence against and trafficking of Native American women due to the installation in rural areas of temporary housing facilities for mostly male construction workers, known as “man camps”. Locally, the Line 3 expansion project is violating Ojibwe treaty rights and putting the state’s water, ecosystems, and communities at risk.