Deepsea Drilling: Death by 1,000 Cuts? | Link TV
Deepsea Drilling: Death by 1,000 Cuts?
Historically, low oil and gas prices might have been expected to kill off newer energy sources, including fracking and renewable technologies, such as wind and solar. Yet, these are thriving, while offshore oil drilling—always expensive and dangerous—is feeling the pain. But other factors are in play.
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Naelyn Pike, Chiricahua Apache, is fighting with paperwork and by speaking out to stop Resolution Copper, a foreign-owned mining company, from extracting copper ore from the Apache sacred site in Arizona.
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