Native Americans Mount Protest Against N. Dakota Oil Pipeline

https://insideclimatenews.org/news/18082016/native-americans-sioux-tribe-protest-north-dakota-access-bakken-oil-pipeline-fossil-fuels

Construction halted after more than 1,000 people swarm to protest the Dakota Access pipeline they believe threatens the Missouri River. By Phil McKenna A groundswell of Native American activists has temporarily shut down construction on a major new oil pipeline with an ongoing protest that has drawn approximately 1,200 people to Cannon Ball, N.D. See Also: When Protest Becomes Sacrament: Grady Sisters Heed a Higher Call Property Rights Outcry Stops Billion-Dollar Pipeline Project in Georgia Wave of Fossil Fuel Project Cancellations Follows Keystone XL Rejection 2015: The Year the Environmental Movement Knocked Out Keystone XL read more

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