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Workers clean oil from the sand, south of the pier, in Newport Beach, Calif., Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2021. A leak in an oil pipeline caused a spill off the coast of Southern California, sending about 126,000 gallons of oil into the ocean, some ending up on beaches in Orange County. Jeff Gritchen/AP hide caption

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Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux council member Patricia Iron Cloud (center) watches protesters make speeches against the Keystone XL pipeline. Olivia Reingold/Yellowstone Public Radio hide caption

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Firefighters work to extinguish a massive blaze triggered by a leaking pipeline in Tlahuelilpan, Mexico on Friday night. Mexico's health minister said at least 89 people were killed. Francisco Villeda/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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"Keep it in the ground" activists protesting the Bayou Bridge Pipeline on February 17, 2018 near Belle Rose, Louisiana. Travis Lux/WWNO hide caption

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'Keep It In The Ground' Activists Optimistic Despite Oil Boom

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