By Julie Dermansky on Dec 17, 2013
As the southern leg of Keystone XL starts up, tales of oil spills long past float to the surface.
Evaluating pipeline safety is the business of engineers and scientists, but evaluating the human cost of transporting hazardous materials near people’s homes is best left to those who’ve experienced the fallout. Homeowners shared their experiences…
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