To acknowledge that everything is connected is to acknowledge that our actions have consequences and therefore responsibilities they are unwilling to shoulder. Also that the solutions to climate change require cooperative work at all levels from local energy transition to national policies that stop subsidizing fossil fuels to international agreements to set emissions goals.
Duke Energy Wants to Build a $5 Billion Pipeline Through Eastern North Carolina. They’ll Have to Go Through Marvin Winstead First. | News Feature | Indy Week
“There’s no question that, if you look into it, Native American communities are disproportionately impacted,” Winstead says. “These companies are driven by greed. To me, they’re traitors to society. They’re compromising our safety, our health, and they are harming the air that you breathe.” Source: Duke Energy Wants to Build a $5 Billion Pipeline Through […]
CHARLESTON — Several natural gas companies have teamed up with an environmental nonprofit to craft guidelines for safely constructing pipelines on mountain Source: Natural Gas Companies Team With Environmental Group | News, Sports, Jobs – The Intelligencer
The planned 594-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline will run from West Virginia all the way to Robeson County, N.C. — the ancestral land of the Lumbee, the largest Native American tribe east of the Mississippi. Source: A Pipeline in the Sand