The 142-mile-long Trans-Pecos Pipeline would bring fracked gas to the small border city of Presidio, where it would continue on into northern Mexico – in the process crossing under the Rio Grande, threatening fragile water supplies.
Standing Rock Sioux
Some of the faces and voices from Standing Rock, in their own words.
I’ve been on the wrong side of history.
Act Out!  - What You Need to Know about Dakota Access Pipeline & How a Coal Mine Became a Forest
This week, the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline rages on, despite a joint statement asking Big Oil to play nice.