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Oil Sands Fail: Nexen Admits Spill Could Have Gone Undetected for Two Weeks
As crews continue scraping up two football fields’ worth of black goo that spilled from a Nexen Energy pipeline into the muskeg of northern Alberta, Canada, First Nations and tribe...
Idle No More in San Francisco: Co-Founder Nina Wilson Walks Refinery Route
A red-tailed hawk circled, clouds parted, and sunshine broke through early-morning fog along the San Francisco Bay, the rays illuminating an altar where a bucket of sacred water fr...
Climate Scientist James Hansen Shut Out of Keystone XL Hearings in South Dakota
Though tribes and other opponents of the Keystone XL oil pipeline have been granted intervenor status in a series of hearings before the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission (P...
‘Grossly Misinformed’: First Nations Want Answers to 1.3 Million Gallon Spill in Alberta
Special trucks were hard at work vacuuming up an oil-emulsion spill the size of three football fields on July 19 as Nexen Energy apologized for the pipeline rupture that sent 1.3 m...
Oil Sands Spill in Alberta Is One of Biggest in Canada’s History
A 1.3-million-gallon spill of emulsion—a mixture of bitumen, water and sand—south of Fort McMurray in the Alberta oil sands of Canada is one of the largest the country has ever see...
Leave It in the Ground: Scientists’ 10 Reasons for a Tar Sands Moratorium
Scientists from Canada and the United States—including economists, biologists and geophysicists—have taken a public stand, urging the Canadian government to halt new development in...
Neil Young Postpones Athabasca Chipewyan 'Honor the Treaties' Benefit Concert
Iconic musician Neil Young is rescheduling this year’s Honour the Treaties concert he was planning in Edmonton, Canada...
Leave Tar Sands Oil in Ground: 110 Scientists Invoke First Nation Treaty Rights
As news about the climate heats up, a rare alliance of more than 100 scientists—from economists to biologists to geophysicists—have written an open letter to the Conservative gover...
Mille Lacs and White Earth Bands Fighting Pipelines That Threaten Wild Rice
The White Earth Band of Ojibwe and Mille Lacs band of Ojibwe are holding public hearings this week on two proposed oil pipelines that if built will cut through wild ricing lands...
Defenders of Sacred Sites Around the Globe Featured in PBS Series
In an opening scene of the documentary Profit and Loss, Mike Mercredi, Athabasca Chipewyan, describes how thrilling it was for his teenage self to get a job driving one of the bigg...
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