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Exposing 'Inherent Danger,' Alabama Pipeline Blast Kills One, Injures More
Deadly incident is just the latest in a string of nationwide pipeline leaks and spills
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An 86-year old Sioux elder arriving at the Sacred Stone Camp near Cannonball, North Dakota. News
As DAPL Construction Approaches Missouri River, Water Protectors Stay Strong
Amid increasing threats and continued pipeline construction, Indigenous water protectors vow to continue stand against Dakota Access
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'They Always Break!' Latest Pipeline Leak Underscores Dangers of DAPL
A major crude oil pipeline in Oklahoma sprung a leak late Sunday night; the company has yet to provide an estimate of volume spilled
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Undeterred by Police Escalation, DAPL Opponents "Reclaim" New Frontline
"If DAPL can claim eminent domain on landowners and Native peoples on their own land, then we as sovereign nations can then declare eminent domain on our own aboriginal homeland."
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Students march for climate action in Ottawa, Ontario. News
Over 75 Arrested in Ottawa as Youth Demand Climate Action from Trudeau
'Climate leaders don't build pipelines'
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Shailene Woodley and two other water protectors protest the Dakota Access Pipeline near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota. News
'Listen Up, America': Actress Shailene Woodley Calls on Public to Join Dakota Access Fight
'Hear me loud and clear: If you are a human who requires water to survive, then this issue directly involves you'
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Who's Digging In On The Dakota Access Pipeline?
Consolidation in the oil and gas industry, like the proposed Enbridge-Spectra merger, only increases the industry’s power to influence politicians and regulators.
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'This Is My Act of Love': Climate Activists Shut Down All US-Canada Tar Sands Pipelines
Coordinated show of resistance executed in solidarity with those fighting against Dakota Access pipeline
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Indigenous Sami people from Norway join the Standing Rock Sioux in their protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline. News
Court Rejects Dakota Access Injunction, But Standing Rock Sioux Vow 'This is Not The End'
'This ruling puts 17 million people who rely on the Missouri River at serious risk'
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Proposed Pipeline Sparks Widespread Dissent
The People over Pipelines march packed the streets with local activists in July who came together in protest and embarked on a five day trek across 55 miles, covering only a fraction of the proposed path for the high-pressure fracked natural gas pipeline we seek to stop. Despite such a powerful and...
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