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Truthout: As Hurricanes Intensify, So Does Resistance to Big Oil in the Gulf

By Mike Ludwig

As a longtime environmental justice activist and resident of Port Arthur, Texas, where Hurricane Harvey recently flooded neighborhoods and several large oil refineries, Hilton Kelley has a lot on his mind.


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Grist: Louisiana won’t give the security firm that tracked DAPL opponents a license.

Internal company documents obtained and reported on separately by Grist and The Intercept last month revealed the extent of TigerSwan’s surveillance operations during last year’s protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline.


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EcoWatch: After DAPL, Pipeline Fight Moves to Louisiana

By Matt Smith

The next big pipeline battle is shaping up in the marshes of southwestern Louisiana.


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Collective Evolution: Company Behind DAPL Has Polluted Rivers in Four States in Last Two Years & Reported 69 Accidents

By Alexa Erickson

The news that the US Army Corps of Engineers granted an easement in North Dakota for the Dakota Access Pipeline devastated people around the world, as it gave the green light to move toward completion.


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NOLA.com: Bayou Bridge Pipeline opponents open new battlefront: worker safety

Opponents of the planned Bayou Bridge Pipeline, designed to carry crude oil 162 miles across 11 south Louisiana parishes and through the Atchafalaya Basin, have opened a new front in their battle to stop the $670 million project: worker safety. 


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