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Kinder Morgan company used private investigators to monitor protestors. Here's how it worked.

On a sunny morning in late May, people protesting the Trans Mountain pipeline trickled in one by one to mingle at the Watch House campground. Two men hired by Kinder Morgan to report back on the protestors' activities mixed discreetly with the crowd, their identities unknown to the around them. An exclusive investigation, from National Observer.
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Dozens of scientists from over 20 countries explain how mining, logging and fossil fuels disrupt the water on earth

Irena Creed, a Canadian biology professor and executive director of the School of Environment and Sustainability at the University of Saskatchewan, co-chaired a 19-member panel that compiled evidence showing how the health of the planet’s forests is intricately tied to the safeguarding of sustainable access to water.

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