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Recent arrests under new anti-protest law spotlights risks that off-duty copy pose to pipeline opponents
Author: Alleen Brown & Will Parrish, The Intercept
Over the weekend, four opponents of the Bayou Bridge pipeline and an independent journalist covering their activities were arrested and charged under Louisiana House Bill 727, which makes trespassing on "critical infrastructure" facilities — a category...
- Related stories: USA: Advocates allege energy companies using anti-protest laws to criminalize demonstrators; inc co. comments
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Canada: Supreme Court rules National Energy Board failed to properly consult with Inuit on seismic testing, but gives green light to Enbridge pipeline
In a pair of unanimous decisions, the Canadian Supreme Court ruled that the National Energy Board has the authority to conduct consultations on the government's behalf, and that it did so adequately in one case and insufficiently in another. The Clyde...
Norway: KLP pension fund divests from Dakota Access Pipeline citing insufficient consultations & lack of progress in influencing company through active ownership
"KLP excludes companies involved in Dakota Access Pipeline",...
Canada: First Nations vow to enforce indigenous law after Mount Polley mine wastewater pond collapse
Author: Jan Lee, Triple Pundit (USA)
"Mount Polley Mine: ‘Indigenous Law’ Will Now Be Enforced", 23 Feb 2015...
Canada: Mining association says investigation findings re toxic spill from Imperial Metals mine could lead to changes for entire industry
Author: Sunny Dhillon, Globe and Mail (Canada)
"Mount Polley spill could affect whole mining industry", 8 Aug 2014...
Author: Social Investment Organization
This year’s theme Engaging for Change explores the role of stakeholders in building sustainable financial markets and opportunities for SRI professionals to achieve better outcomes for investors and their world.... [Includes sessions on conflict...
Author: Dan Frosch, New York Times
...[At] what may be the final public hearing on the project..., conducted by the State Department,...hours of emotional testimony [came] mostly from opponents of Keystone XL...For several years, they have repeatedly voiced concern that a spill from...
Response to “Right2Respect Northern Gateway tarsands pipeline: The other unheard argument – human rights” by Frank Seier
Author: D’Arcy Levesque, Enbridge
I appreciate the points...[Frank Seier] has made and, in particular, share his view that Enbridge and our Northern Gateway Project must consistently and rigorously uphold the highest standards of human rights...To that end, Enbridge has gone to great...
- Related stories: Enbridge should be required to conduct comprehensive human rights impact assessment of its Northern Gateway project, says Frank Seier, Right2Respect
- This is a response from the following companies: Enbridge