Tag: Dakota Access Pipeline
“This road closure was directed only at Water Protectors: residents of Fort Rice were allowed to drive southbound on Highway 1806 as were employees of DAPL.”
We speak with Antonia Juhasz, a longtime oil and energy journalist, about her new investigation for Pacific Standard magazine on the deaths of two men who worked on the Dakota Access pipeline.
Seven Native Americans face felony charges, while hundreds of others still face lesser charges for their role in the fight against the Dakota Access pipeline.
Despite the overwhelming evidence that pipelines are unreliable and prone to leaks, energy companies continue to treat their bottom line as the only factor when making decisions.
Since beginning operations earlier this year, the pipeline has experienced leaks on three separate occasions.
Success “depends 99 percent on the judge.”
A few months after temporarily shutting down 13 Chase branches, Seattle climate activists were at it again with a tar sands petition.
“They are apparently trying to market themselves as corporate mercenaries willing to abuse the legal system to silence legitimate advocacy work.”
A recent victory has sent the Army Corps of Engineers back to analyze the environmental justice effects of the Dakota Access pipeline.
Emails show that extent to which Energy Transfer Partners went to hire firms to discredit the Standing Rock water protectors.