Crude oil pipelines are more and more frequently violating the right to health, safety, and dignity that Indigenous nations are entitled to. The severe environmental threat that crude oil poses to Ojibwe tribes’ well-being cannot be ignored or seen as an accomplishment, particularly in the light of climate change and given the necessity to move from fossil fuels to renewable energy resources.
The Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline currently has severe corrosion, and instead of fixing the issue Enbridge purchased a section of the Dakota Access Pipeline which would amount to 915,000 barrels a day and be one of the largest crude oil pipelines in the continent.
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