Tag: North Dakota Access Pipeline
On Jan. 24, President Trump signed an executive order making it easier for both the Keystone XL and the DAPL to go forward.
The landscape of these indigenous-led kitchens that feed thousands of water protectors is dynamic, much like the ad hoc camps that depend upon them.
The Army Corps announced Sunday that the Dakota Access pipeline will be rerouted. Here are the numbers that show what lies ahead.
This is a tremendous victory over the oil industry as well as their big financiers.
Trump will try to fast-track fossil fuel projects across the country. That makes the final months of President Obama’s term more important than ever.
Earlier this month, Reuters reported that DNB was “reconsidering its participation” in the financing of the pipeline if “concerns raised by Native American tribes against its construction are not addressed.”
This week’s new Army Corps decision and a fresh lawsuit could delay the Dakota Access pipleline more than makes economic sense.
As actions against the Dakota Access pipeline swept the country and world Tuesday, Energy Transfer Partners, which owns the pipeline, filed documents in federal court in Washington, D.C.
The militarized response to communities of color signals a possible double standard in law enforcement’s acceptance of civil disobedience.
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