Sierra Club

Brett Wilkins, staff writer
In December 2016, the Belle Fourche pipeline spilled 180,000 gallons of crude oil into the Ash Coulee Creek in North Dakota, just a couple hours' drive from the site of a massive Indigenous-led protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock. (Photo: Jennifer Skjod/North Dakota Department of Health)
"There's simply no justification for allowing destructive and dangerous pipelines to avoid rigorous environmental review."
Julia Conley, staff writer
"Today, BlackRock and Vanguard faced a major test on climate, and they failed."
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Critics of the Dakota Access and Line 3 pipelines urge President Joe Biden to "Build Back Fossil Free" at the Army Corps of Engineers headquarters in Washington, D.C. on April 1, 2021. The protest included a 200-foot-long black snake, representing the threats the projects pose to Indigenous communities. (Photo: Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images)
"If Biden wants to be a climate leader on the world stage, he needs to start at...

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Annals of Grifting: Hey, remember the wall? Seems the $1.57 billion scammed to date has built just 1.7 miles of fence, an original cost of $15 billion has soared to $1.85 trillion, another judge called bullshit on stealing money for it, another lawsuit's pending, We Build the Wall cranks - AMERICA FIRST! Not Mexican cartels! - must stop and desist 'cause oops permits, locals hate it, it's an environmental debacle, it's dissolved into a MAGA fever dream, and oh yeah ladders. Too much winning.