The Dakota pipeline is already leaking. Why wait for a big spill to act? | Julian Brave NoiseCat

The Dakota pipeline is already leaking. Why wait for a big spill to act? | Julian Brave NoiseCatThe station stands roughly 100 miles south-east of the site of indigenous protest encampments along the Missouri river, where for months in 2016 the Standing Rock Sioux’s stand against Dakota Access captivated the world. Despite enduring controversy over the Dakota Access pipeline, the South Dakota department of environment and natural resources did not issue a press release about the mishap because the department deals with pipeline leaks all the time.



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