Montag, 5. Dezember 2016

Dakota Pipeline Protesters score Victory

 The US Army Corps of Engineers has canceled a permit for a controversial pipeline project crossing under a lake in the state of North Dakota, in what is being viewed as a major victory for Native Americans and climate activists who have staged months of protests.
The Dakota Access Pipeline had been planned to cross under the Missouri River and Lake Oahe, which are drinking water sources for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. The lake is a reservoir formed by a dam on the river.
The 1,172-mile multi-billion-dollar project pipeline had been complete except for a segment that was set to run under Lake Oahe. Read more::

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