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Oil Sands Action Sep 15
The USA is currently building 5 major oil pipelines to get millions of barrels per day from Texas to export terminals. The USA also built 10x the length of in new pipelines while that project was delayed. Global oil demand is growing, meanwhile in Canada...
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Sean Hackbarth Sep 21
State Department concludes that w/ alternative route through NE would have "no significant direct, indirect or cumulative effects" on the environment:
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350 dot org Sep 19
Communities are building solar power directly in the proposed path of . Watch Indigenous leaders & ranchers build the solutions we need at the 3rd installation in Nebraska.
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Mike Hudema Sep 15
This summer, people put panels directly in the path of tarsands pipeline: Keystone XL is never getting built. RT if you want panels not pipelines.
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Suits and Boots Canada 5h
10 yrs later & no 6 yrs later & no "After the [TMP] court order, Platts Analytics pushed back its projected in-service to late 2022 at the earliest" We cannot afford more delay-We cannot afford
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Emerson Skufca 🌅 10h
BULLS#!T. KXL would most definitely pose a huge risk to our environment. The fight is still on, we will not stand down. No more dirty fossil fuel pipelines!!!
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TaytePOL3360F Sep 21
After being ordered to reroute the , the U.S State Department concludes in a new report that it would not harm the environment, clearing a major hurdle for the implementation of the
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EcoWatch Sep 15
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Marta Chmielowicz Sep 21
Government is endorsing the militarized brutality of activists protesting the unjust, irresponsible pipeline by labeling them as "extremists" and "terrorists." Apparently we now live in a world where $$$ supersedes the .
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Reuters Legal Sep 21
pipeline route would not harm environment: State Department
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Doing Things Differently Sep 20
'Treating protest as terrorism': US plans crackdown on Keystone XL activists Aggressive response to protests against the oil pipeline = another Standing Rock?
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Lizz 12h
Is the Government Planning to Surveil Protesters? via
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ndnviewpoint Sep 20
US plans crackdown on resistance to pipeline.
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JOHN E. MUDD 10h
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John S.  Adams Sep 20
ICYMI: scooped our friends at the Guardian with this story about how MT government and law enforcement agencies are coordinating with the Feds on anti-protest surveillance and training re: pipeline. Worth the read:
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Ben Cushing Sep 19
Between 2014-17, investment in the fell 45%. "The number one issue is a lack of pipeline capacity." So much for all those "experts" that said for years that fighting and other pipelines wouldn't do anything. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Johan V Karlsson ☀️⚡ Sep 20
'Treating protest as terrorism': US plans crackdown on Keystone XL activists. As always, on the wrong side of logic. Part of me wants this thing built, just so their assets get properly stranded.
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Philippe Duhamel 🐲 Sep 20
“Many of our residents were in Standing Rock, and they saw the level of violence that could be visited on us”
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Findukpeople.com 20h
The latest Credit & Legal News!
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Ville Kostian 21h
" saga enters second decade"
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