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With everyone focused on the battle over the Dakota Access Pipeline, another pipeline is quietly threatening our drinking water in America. The Army Corps of Engineers granted Plains All American Pipeline final approval to start construction of the Diamond Pipeline.

The $900 million project, funded by Plains All American Pipeline and co-funded by Valero Energy, will span 440 miles of inhabited lands through Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Tennessee. The pipeline will be transporting up to 200,000 gallons of crude oil each day directly through 5 major water systems including the Arkansas and Mississippi Rivers.

Plains All American Pipeline has been a source of controversy for years. Since 2006, they have been responsible for 223 oil-related incidents, including the infamous Santa Barbara Oil Spill in 2015 – where 100,000 gallons of crude oil polluted the Pacific Ocean and the shores of Refugio State Beach.

With Plains All American Pipeline's atrocious disregard for the environment, another oil-related incident is almost guaranteed.

Plains All American Pipeline has damaged the environment enough already. President Trump's order for pipeline construction across the country to resume, it's crucial to make sure the Diamond Pipeline doesn't go unnoticed. We must take action! Tell the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to halt further construction of the Diamond Pipeline.

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To the Army Corps Of Engineers,

Your approval to begin construction of the Diamond Pipeline greatly concerns me. Plains All American Pipeline’s plan for the Diamond Pipeline directly threatens the environment and the nation's drinking water. Because of our concern for quality of life, our drinking water, and the state of our environment, I write to you today to implore you to halt any further construction of the Diamond Pipeline.

As you know, Plains All American Pipeline has a sordid history with oil spills and other oil-related incidents here in the United States. At which point do we determine enough is enough? It’s time for us to put an end to their destructive practice but we cannot do it without you. Stand up and protect our Earth, our drinking water, and the millions of residents at risk in Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Tennessee.

Please reconsider your decision and evaluate Plains All American Pipeline in light of their disastrous history of oil-related incidents. Halt the construction of the Diamond Pipeline before any further damage happens to the environment!

Thank you,

Petition Signatures


Jan 18, 2018 Christina Konle
Jan 16, 2018 cara frame
Jan 16, 2018 Katherine Mouzourakis
Jan 8, 2018 Daisy Costa
Jan 8, 2018 Joy Smiley
Jan 7, 2018 Marcelo Gusmao
Jan 7, 2018 Alicyn Rivera
Jan 7, 2018 Chelsea Rivera
Jan 5, 2018 Deborah Bell
Jan 4, 2018 Martha Jaegers
Jan 3, 2018 Caterina Raviglione
Jan 3, 2018 Eleonora De Giorgio
Jan 1, 2018 Diana Talbott
Dec 21, 2017 Odette Alexandrian
Dec 19, 2017 T.J. Pitts
Dec 17, 2017 charmaine macdonald
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Dec 14, 2017 Kathryn Gallagher
Dec 12, 2017 Sieglinda Preez
Dec 4, 2017 Michalla Courtorielle
Dec 1, 2017 doris gonen
Dec 1, 2017 Niina Bejling
Nov 30, 2017 JoAnn Evans
Nov 26, 2017 Pablo Bobe
Nov 20, 2017 patricia remollino
Nov 19, 2017 Elise McCoubrie
Nov 19, 2017 Stacey Govito
Nov 19, 2017 Elaine Alfaro
Nov 18, 2017 Michelle Blackley
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Nov 13, 2017 susan munro
Nov 12, 2017 Susan Harmon
Nov 11, 2017 Simone Duffin
Nov 11, 2017 Judy Hayne
Nov 10, 2017 Meg Blanchard
Nov 8, 2017 Catherine Brown
Nov 6, 2017 Susan Armistead, M.D.
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Nov 3, 2017 Ari Schwartz
Nov 3, 2017 Tatiana Shelenga
Nov 3, 2017 Peaches Weed
Nov 2, 2017 Alexandre Pereira
Nov 2, 2017 Denise Saccone
Nov 2, 2017 STAN AND PAMELA SIEGEL
Oct 31, 2017 bobbette bross
Oct 29, 2017 Rhoda Slanger
Oct 29, 2017 Deborah Moore
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Oct 26, 2017 Heather Fadden

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