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Public input sought on Dakota Access pipeline's environmental impacts

The Army Corps of Engineers is inviting public comments on the Dakota Access pipeline's environmental impact, years after its contentious approval.

-- Anita Hofschneider reports forGrist.

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Still concerned about the Dakota Access pipeline? The feds are asking for comment, 7 years later

The controversial pipeline near Standing Rock united the climate movement. Now regulators want the public to weigh in on the project’s environmental impact.
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Feds delay decision in Dakota Access enviro review

The Dakota Access oil pipeline’s future remains uncertain after the Army Corps of Engineers on Friday released a long-awaited draft environmental study that will help determine whether it receives an easement needed to keep operating.

Right-wing judges say it's "harmless" to label climate activist a terrorist

Right-wing judges say it's "harmless" to label climate activist a terrorist

A court upheld Jessica Reznicek’s excessive sentence for vandalism aimed at stopping the Dakota Access pipeline.
A new report reveals how the Dakota Access Pipeline is breaking the law

A new report reveals how the Dakota Access Pipeline is breaking the law

A new report alleges the Dakota Access Pipeline operators and the federal government misled the public and broke the law.
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US supreme court rejects Dakota Access pipeline appeal

The US supreme court has rejected a case by the Dakota Access oil pipeline operator to avoid a legally mandated environmental review, in a major victory for tribes and environmentalists campaigning to permanently shut down the polluting energy project.

Private equity’s dirty dozen: the 12 US firms funding dirty energy projects

Private equity’s dirty dozen: the 12 US firms funding dirty energy projects

A report, shared exclusively with the Guardian, provides a snapshot of industry’s involvement in some of the country’s most controversial fossil fuel investments.

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