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23 Arrested Protesting McAuliffe's "Stunning Lack of Political Courage" on Climate
Countering claims of powerlessness, demonstrators tell Virginia's Terry McAuliffe: "Governor, you can do your job"
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With Dakota Access Back in Court, Activists Ask (Again): Where's Clinton?
Meanwhile, Greenpeace exposes Donald Trump's financial ties to pipeline company Energy Transfer Partners
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Citing Environmental Risks, Scientists Back Tribes in Dakota Access Fight
Meanwhile, a Reuters investigation finds pipeline spill detection system severely flawed
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Tribes Across North America Unite in 'Wall of Opposition' to Alberta Tar Sands
More than 50 tribes signed on to the historic treaty alliance, banding together for the sake of their health and planet
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The New, New Climate Math: 17 Years to Get Off Fossil Fuels, Or Else
"If you're in a hole, stop digging."
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AFL-CIO to Planet Earth: Drop Dead
At a meeting with the deputy political director of the AFL-CIO during my campaign for Congress, she looked across her desk and told me that I could get major union support by coming out in favor of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. That was five years ago. Since then, the nation’s biggest labor...
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'Dreamers and Warriors' Unite For Global Day of Protest Against Dakota Access
Amid the outpouring of solidarity, protectors on the frontlines continue to put their bodies on the line to stop construction
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This Ain't Over: Rallies in 100 Cities to Demand Obama Cancel DAPL
The Standing Rock Sioux won a temporary victory on Friday, but pipeline opponents say that the fight need not drag on
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US Government Steps In After Judge Rules Against Standing Rock Sioux
Federal judge denies tribe's request for injunction, but federal agencies issue statement pausing pipeline construction
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'Whose Side Are You On?' Dakota Access Emerges as Pivotal Battleground
With so much at stake and with so much attention thrust on the stretch of land at the convergence of the Missouri and Cannonball Rivers, the silence on the part of the country's leaders has been deafening
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