Professor Mounts High-Altitude Protest Against Pipeline

By Liam Britten, CBC.CA. -

Tim Takaro is by himself but insists he isn't alone. Takaro, 63, is protesting the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project by camping out in a cluster of trees in Burnaby, B.C. Takaro is [...]

Trump’s Golden Era Of Energy Is Turning To Lead

By Justin Mikulka, DeSmog Blog. -

It was just over a year ago that President Trump announced, “The golden era of American energy is now underway,” saying that his policies focused on exploiting oil, gas, and coal were “unleashing [...]

States Sue Over Rule Limiting Them From Blocking Pipeline Projects

By Rebecca Beitsch, The Hill. -

A coalition of 20 states is suing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over a rule that weakens states’ ability to block pipelines and other controversial projects that cross their [...]

Building On Victories For A Stronger Climate Justice Movement

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance. -

While the climate justice movement has been winning important victories, stopping and slowing pipelines and other fossil fuel infrastructure, and putting the future of fossil fuels in doubt, the [...]

Biden Climate Plan Will ‘Double Down’ On Oil; Dakota Access Lives On

By Steve Horn, The Real News. -

Presumptive Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden has released his climate plan, and it’s drawn mixed reviews on its ambitiousness and ability to combat the climate crisis. The plan is an [...]

Atlantic Coast Pipeline Win Was A Hard-Earned Victory

By Lorne Stockman, Oil Change International. -

Sunday’s announcement of the cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) was remarkable for so many reasons. Not least that the two companies, Dominion and Duke, are the most powerful [...]

DAPL Shutdown? ‘We Have Not Yet Taken Any Steps’

By Kolby KickingWoman,  Indian Country Today -

The owner of the Dakota Access oil pipeline is accepting shipments for next month despite a judge’s ruling ordering it to shut down and remove all oil by Aug. 5, according to media reports. In a [...]

Supreme Court Rejects Effort To Greenlight Keystone XL Construction

By Jake Johnson, Commondreams. -

The Supreme Court late Monday upheld a federal judge's rejection of a crucial permit for Keystone XL and blocked the Trump administration's attempt to greenlight construction of the 1,200-mile [...]

Atlantic Coast Pipeline Canceled Following Years Of Protests

By  Olivia Rosane, EcoWatch. -

The Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP), which would have carried fracked natural gas through 600 miles of West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina, will never be completed. Pipeline owners [...]

Big Oil Fears Keystone XL Ruling Means End Of Easy Pipeline Permits

By Steve Horn, DeSmog Blog. -

On April 15, Judge Brian Morris nullified water-crossing permits in Montana that were granted for the Keystone XL, a major setback for the long-embattled tar sands oil pipeline. The ruling came [...]

Pipelines Are Still Being Built As The Economy Shuts Down

By Leanna First-Arai, Truthout. -

Governors of at least 37 U.S. states and the District of Columbia have issued strict orders for residents providing “non-life-sustaining” services to remain inside. All but five states have at [...]

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Prevails As Federal Judge Strikes Down DAPL Permits

By Staff, Earthjustice.org -

Washington, D.C. —A federal court today granted a request by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to strike down federal permits for the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline. The Court found the U.S. [...]

A Good Time To Abolish Pipelines

By David Swanson, Worldbeyondwar.org -

A moment in which U.S. politicians are openly talking about the need to sacrifice lives to a disease in the name of profit may be a good moment for recognizing the evil motivations of the same [...]

Coastal Gas Link Continues Work Despite COVID 19

By UnistotenCamp, Dissidentvoice.org -

As people around the world are taking social distancing measures to keep their communities safe Coastal Gas Link and the RCMP continue to bring in workers from all over Canada during a pandemic [...]

District Court Judge Deals Blow To Las Vegas Pipeline Plan

By Benjamin Spillman and Reno Gazette, Rgj.com -

Rupert Steele says he’s looking forward to his next trip to Nevada’s rural Spring Valley. That’s because Steele, chairman of the Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation, will be bearing [...]