Pipeline

Trans Mountain

Pipeline Work Destroyed Salmon Habitat, Puts Orcas at Risk, Scientists Say

Expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline could spell trouble for salmon populations and the orcas that rely on them for food, experts say.
Mirjam Guesgen
1.30.19
Livable Planet

Washington DC's Sole Source of Drinking Water is Threatened by New Fracking Pipeline

A new pipeline would carry fracked gas from Pennsylvania to West Virginia under the Potomac River, a source of drinking water for around 6 million people, and much of the nation's capital.
Jessica Rohan
1.9.18
Livable Planet

Drinking Water and Native American Land Threatened by Proposed Pipeline Cutting Across Virginia and North Carolina

A 600-mile underground natural gas pipeline in the Southeast has communities divided and is prompting everyday residents to take action before the deal is done.
Kimberly Lawson
12.12.17
prognostications

In 'Soonish,' a Scientist/Cartoonist Couple Predict Tomorrow's Technologies

From asteroid mining to brain-computer interfaces, ‘Soonish’ explores ten developing technologies with the power to make the future awesome, awful, or a little of both.
Becky Ferreira
11.6.17
fossil fuel industry

Oil Lobbyists: Thunderbird Strike Video Game 'Promotes Ecoterrorism'

The award-winning game features an Indigenous thunderbird that destroys pipelines and restores the environment.
Jacob Dubé
10.27.17
thunderbird strike

Destroy Oil Pipelines as a Thunderbird in this New Video Game

Thunderbird Strike is the latest from Indigenous developer Elizabeth LaPensée.
Jacob Dubé
10.19.17
Rise Up

Meet the Pennsylvania Protestors Camping in Trees to Fight Pipeline Construction

The 350-mile Mariner East II pipeline would carry fracked gas liquids across the state, but a new protestor encampment wants to stop it.
Jessica Rohan
9.20.17
Livable Planet

Why This Local Group Wants to Halt New Fracking Pipeline Construction

"Does New York City realize they're about to be locked into fracked gas for the next 40 years?"
Jessica Rohan
9.4.17
The Rundown

After Dangerous Pipeline Leaks, Activists Get a Win in Court

Your daily guide to what’s working, what’s not and what you can do about it.
Impact Staff
8.25.17
under the sea

THE FISH CAN'T HEAR ANYTHING OVER ALL THIS NOISE

It's stressing them out.
Jacob Dubé
8.10.17
Impact Water

Rural America Hates Pipelines Too

A group of farmers in Amish country Pennsylvania are creating a new kind of grassroots resistance, but don't call them activists.
Jessica Rohan
5.30.17
VICE

The Arctic Is Melting and Little Is Being Done to Stop It

For the 60,000 Inuit people living there, the climate apocalypse is all too real.
VICE Staff
4.28.17
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