Environmental

Dakota Access remove 27 pieces of equipment from North Dakota.

Dakota Access remove 27 pieces of construction equipment from North Dakota. Most of the equipment removed was already damaged. Local law enforcement monitored the removal to ensure no conflicts between workers and protestors. Protests are happening in over 100 cities around the country against the construction of DAPL. On Tuesday, Dakota Access, along with the assistance of local law enforcement ...

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The battle against the Dakota Access Pipeline continues.

People continue their stand against the Dakota Access Pipeline. The temporary halt of the DAPL only stopped construction of the pipeline within 20 miles east and west of Lake Oahe. Construction of the pipeline continues as planned on the rest of the pipeline. Those against the pipeline are willing to stay as long as they have to. As the stand ...

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The Dakota Access Pipeline is the protest that needs attention but is getting none.

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe continues to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline. The $3.78 billion pipeline is being built by Dakota Access, LLC, a unit of Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners. The pipeline that can push up to 570,000 gallons of crude oil per day. The Iowa Utilities Board granted eminent domain to Energy Transfer Partners. Dakota Access, LLC has filed ...

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