Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Kinder Morgan: Canada’s Dakota Access Pipeline

A new, energized pipeline movement has been born. And the fight will soon be over Kinder Morgan.

Amid Dakota Access protests, tribes continue to pursue clean energy

Seven Sioux tribes in the Dakotas are developing what would be an enormous collection of wind farms on six reservations scattered across what is generally rated as one of the windiest areas in the country.

The many ways to help Standing Rock

Even if you can’t show up at the wintry encampments, you can join water protectors in other ways: from calling the North Dakota governor to breaking up with your bank.

How to save the planet from President Trump

It’s quite possible that we’ve lost our best chance to combat climate change, writes Bill McKibben, but we must try to contain the damage.

Pipeline explosion in Kansas highlights unreliable nature of fossil fuel infrastructure

Early Tuesday evening, a gas pipeline ruptured near Kansas City, provoking a large fire. This latest leak further highlights the hazards pipelines present to the environment and public.

Canada approves Kinder Morgan, Enbridge pipelines despite fierce opposition

"Today's announcement may as well have said that Canada is pulling out of the Paris climate agreement."

The huge costs of Trump energy plans

If Trump is able to reverse state and local bans on fracking, he will in effect be giving oil and gas companies the right to pollute people's farms and drinking water.

The Morton County Sheriff department is trying to keep life-saving supplies from Standing Rock...

Any vehicles attempting to deliver supplies and materials to the camps will be fined $1,000.

“My whole heart is with you tonight”: A letter to the Dakota Access front...

We have survived this nation-state’s will for us because we are a fire that their water cannons cannot extinguish.

The beginning is near: The deep north, evictions and pipeline deadlines

None of us know how this moment in history is going to work out.