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Line 3 and a Week of Climate Catastrophe

Line 3 and a Week of Climate Catastrophe

Update: 2021-09-041
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More than 45 dead after remnants of Hurricane Ida slammed the Northeast. In Louisiana, where the hurricane hit days before, hundreds of thousands remain without electricity. Meanwhile, massive fires in the West have burned for weeks. Amid all this catastrophe, we continue building new infrastructure to prop up a fossil fuel industry, barreling us toward one climate disaster after another. The most egregious example at the moment is energy company Enbridge’s Line 3 project. Intercept reporter Alleen Brown and attorney and founder of the Giniw Collective Tara Houska join Ryan Grim to discuss Line 3. It's a massive pipeline that snakes across the Canadian border, through Minnesota wetlands, and under the Mississippi River, all so it can transport tar sands oil — the dirtiest of the dirtiest energy — to be refined and, for much of it, exported.


 

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M. Kellyn Gross

Umm, around 22 minutes I got a greenwashing Exxon Mobile ad.

Sep 10th
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Line 3 and a Week of Climate Catastrophe

Line 3 and a Week of Climate Catastrophe