White Water, Black Gold
The Environmental Cost of the Keystone Pipeline

White Water, Black Gold - The Environmental Cost of the Keystone Pipeline
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White Water, Black Gold - Feature Length
This mutli-award winning film exposes the little-known environmental and health costs of the dirty oil that would flow through the Keystone Pipeline. Canada is the number one foreign supplier of…
White Water, Black Gold - Abridged Version
This mutli-award winning film exposes the little-known environmental and health costs of the dirty oil that would flow through the Keystone Pipeline. Canada is the number one foreign supplier of…

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