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April 6, 2011
NY Times: No to Tar Sands Pipeline
Posted by: Amberly Polidor

In its lead editorial in the Sunday, April 3 edition, the New York Times spoke out strongly against a proposed 1,700-mile oil pipeline that would connect tar sands fields in Alberta, Canada, with refineries on the Gulf Coast of Texas. Proponents of the pipeline point out

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March 7, 2011
Tar Sands Catch-22
Posted by: Marlo McKenzie
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The latest issue of the Earth Island Journal features a must-read article that takes you to into the heart of the tar sands operation in Alberta, Canada.

Journal Editor Jason Mark aptly describes the catch-22 residents find themselves in: the oil sands provide employment in an area where it would normally be hard to come by, yet

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February 12, 2010
U.N. Issues First-Ever “State of the World’s Indigenous Peoples” Report
Posted by: Marlo McKenzie

In January, the U.N. released its first-ever report on the “State of the World’s Indigenous Peoples,” which presents a global view of the current situation of indigenous peoples, examining poverty and well-being, culture, education, health, human rights, environment and emerging issues.

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November 29, 2008
Last-Minute Bush Administration Decisions Open 11 Million Acres of Utah Wilderness to Oil and Gas Drilling
Posted by: Amy Corbin

In its last months, the Bush administration is attempting to complete a longstanding agenda for oil and gas drilling in southern and eastern Utah. Resource Management Plans (RMPs) for six regions were finalized in October, including the Price RMP, which includes Nine Mile Canyon. Nine Mile Canyon, the location of treasured rock art and places [...]

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April 30, 2002
Valley of the Chiefs/ Weatherman Draw is Saved!
Posted by: Toby McLeod

A landmark agreement between a corporation, a nonprofit agency and the federal government has been reached that will protect Weatherman Draw from current oil drilling leases. The Anschutz Exploration Corporation has turned over its leases to the National Trust for Historic Preservation, which will hold the leases until they expire, and the Bureau of Land [...]

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