Federal and state officials have renewed calls for the release of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers study that could offer options to tackle the threat of Asian carp and other invasive species.
By Michael D. Regan
The controversial Dakota Access Pipeline began shipping oil Thursday after months of protests by nearly 300 tribes created a national movement and drew international attention.
By Synclaire Cruel
New Jersey's working class have been left behind, as federal funds for Hurricane Sandy recovery and flooding problems have gone to wealthier neighbors.
By John Upton, Climate Central
Authorities have begun arresting opponents against the Dakota Access pipeline who failed to leave a protest camp by a government-set deadline this afternoon.
By Joshua Barajas
By Monte Mills for The Conversation
On Feb. 8 the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reversed course and issued an easement allowing the installation of the Dakota Access Pipeline under Lake Oahe in North Dakota. That decision followed a presidential memorandum indicating…
Construction resumed on the Dakota Access pipeline project this week. Energy Transfer Partners says the pipeline could be operational as early as June.
Dave Archambault II said they were notified that land north of the Cannonball River, including a protest camp, will be closed on Dec. 5.
By Courtney Norris
Construction on that section of the pipeline will not continue until the Army makes a decision.
By Associated Press
President Barack Obama says the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is examining whether the Dakota Access oil pipeline can be rerouted in southern North Dakota.
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