Pipeline Giant Enbridge Uses Scoring System to Track Indigenous Opposition – The Intercept

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Pipeline Giant Enbridge Uses Scoring System to Track Indigenous Opposition – The Intercept

by ahnationtalk on January 24, 202250 Views

On a color-coded map, land belonging to Native tribes that opposed the Line 3 pipeline were marked in red — areas of “threat” to the bottom line.

When the oil company Enbridge sought to build its Line 3 pipeline through northern Minnesota, it faced opposition from Indigenous-led water protectors. The company moved to coordinate with local police as they cracked down on the resistance.

As part of its efforts to build and operate pipelines, the oil transport company Enbridge used a tracking system that identified Indigenous-led groups as key threats.

Read More: https://theintercept.com/2022/01/23/enbridge-pipeline-line-3-tracking-indigenous-protesters/

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