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The Keystone XL pipeline between Canada and the US is an act of ecocide

‘The first thing you notice is that the forest just stops,’ says Malaika Aleba. ‘The land is desert-like and sandy – very strange for Alberta – almost like what Afghanistan looks like on the news. Canons are fired every so often to scare off the birds. The sky turns grey, then brownish. The air stinks and you see monster trucks driving everywhere as well as drug testing signs posted for the workers.’

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The Keystone XL pipeline between Canada and the US is an act of ecocide