Discovery of the leak comes just days before Nebraska regulators are scheduled to announce their decision Monday whether to approve the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline.
“Fruit is falling off the tree before it gets ripe … It doesn’t matter what you’ve planted, it doesn’t grow. If this was a problem we caused ourselves, that would be one thing. But this is not a problem we caused.”
The trees are dying, the grasses are dying. The birds we have are all crows – no hummingbirds left, no songbirds, a lifelong resident of Freetown, Louisiana, said as Hurricane Nate approached and plans continued to build a controversial oil pipeline that will end nearby. Opponents of the pipeline, now that it has received the