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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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water protectors fight Enbridge Line 5
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Mich., Minn. water protectors show up in force at public comment for Line 5 tunnel project

Indigenous water protectors, environmentalists, Enbridge supporters and concerned citizens argued for and against the Canadian pipeline company’s proposed Line 5 replacement project.

Enbridge uses scoring system to track Indigenous opposition

Enbridge uses scoring system to track Indigenous opposition

On a color-coded map, land belonging to Native tribes that opposed the Line 3 pipeline were marked in red — areas of “threat” to the bottom line.
Pipeline protesters face corporate counterinsurgency in Minnesota
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Pipeline protesters face corporate counterinsurgency in Minnesota

Pipeline opponents say an oil company and police use surveillance and divide-and-conquer strategies — hallmarks of corporate counterinsurgency.
Minnesota sheriff blockades anti-pipeline camp
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Minnesota sheriff blockades anti-pipeline camp

A Minnesota sheriff's office blocked access Monday morning to one of the protest encampments set up to resist the Enbridge Line 3 tar sands pipeline. The pipeline opponents, also known as water protectors, plan to take legal action.

Enbridge's Line 3 is putting wild rice at risk—and Indigenous water protectors are taking a stand
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Enbridge's Line 3 is putting wild rice at risk—and Indigenous water protectors are taking a stand

In northern Minnesota, Anishinaabe people are fighting an oil pipelinethat threatens their sustenance and spiritual connection to the land.
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