The fight to halt construction of the Dakota Access crude pipeline made its way to the US energy capital as dozens of activists marched and chanted through the streets of downtown Houston. Carrying signs decorated with oil derricks, solar panels and tombstones, a group of around 75 activists marched for about six city blocks on […]
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Members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe says a crude oil pipeline set to span from North Dakota to Illinois could contaminate their drinking water and sacred lands.
The Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline is showing no signs of losing momentum. Last week, protesters looking to block the construction of the massive oil pipeline in North Dakota scored a significant, ...
Deia Schlosberg, a climate journalist and filmmaker, faces 45 years in prison for covering a major demonstration against the Dakota Access pipeline. The post Journalist Facing Felony Charges For Filming Dakota Access Pipeline Protes...
On Tuesday, activists targeted five pipelines carrying crude oil into the U.S. from Canada, as construction resumed on a North Dakota pipeline. Twenty-seven protesters were arrested.