‘Water is Life’ Camp Marks Next Fight to Protect Indigenous Rights

Indigenous Environmental Network releases powerful video showing the impact of Bayou Bridge and the plight of coastal Indigenous people in the Louisiana wetlands Springfield, LA – Following legal victories for the Tribes at Standing Rock, Water Protectors in… Read More

Vermont Gas Pipeline: Safety Concerns Presented To Governor, Federal Pipeline Safety Administration

Concerned Vermonters have compiled evidence of serious and chronic safety issues surrounding construction of the Vermont Gas pipeline from Colchester to Middlebury. These were detailed and documented in a letter delivered to Governor Scott and a similar letter… Read More

Submit Your Comment on the Keystone XL Pipeline

In Nebraska, there is still no permitted route for Keystone. Eighty-five landowners are refusing to give up their land to make way for the pipeline, and thousands more people are rallying to deny TransCanada their Nebraska permit for… Read More

Pipeline vs. Rail Argument a Trojan Horse for Oil Industry

Steve Horn and Justin Mikulka recently published the following piece on how oil pipelines haven’t reduced the usage of oil trains, which have been explained as more dangerous and more apt to spill than pipelines, according to oil… Read More

Vermonters Celebrate New Federal Investigation into VGS Pipeline Safety

Vermont Groups and citizens in opposition to the Vermont Gas Pipeline are celebrating the January 12th announcement from the federal Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) stating that they will be opening an investigation into whether construction of… Read More

Beyond Standing Rock: Extraction Harms Indigenous Water Sources

By Tharanga Yakupitiyage Inter Press Service   NEW YORK, Dec 20 2016 (IPS) – Since the decision by the U.S. army to suspend the Dakota Access pipeline on 4 December, many are still unsure of the controversial pipeline’s… Read More

Father of Injured Dakota Access Protester: Explosion ‘Blew the Bone Out of Her Arm’

Via VTDigger.org:    A New York woman may lose her arm after being hurt in a showdown with police while protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota. Sophia Wilansky, a 21-year-old from the Bronx borough of New… Read More

US Southeast: Droughts + Pipelines + GE Trees = Firestorms

Across the US Southeast, wild forests are burning.  A devastating drought across the region has left the forests in the region vulnerable to fire.  Under normal conditions, the region’s forests have been compared to rain forests because they are… Read More

WATCH: Protesters Block Sabal Trail Gas Pipeline Workers

GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLA – Protesters blocked workers en route to the Sabal Trail gas pipeline, a 3 billion dollar project that will carry gas for more than 500 miles through Florida, Georgia and Alabama. The pipeline will pass… Read More

‘They Always Break!’ Latest Pipeline Leak Underscores Dangers of DAPL

Originally Published by CommonDreams.org: A major crude oil pipeline in Oklahoma sprung a leak late Sunday night; the company has yet to provide an estimate of volume spilled   By Deirdre Fulton Underscoring once again the dangers of America’s… Read More