How counterproductive is the attempt to stop a pipeline out of North Dakota?

With Dakota Access in limbo, more Bakken crude to move on trains

As oil prices recover and U.S. shale production picks up, energy companies that had planned to ship crude on the Dakota Access Pipeline will turn to rail, a transport method that poses its own risks to the environment and local communities.
The attempt to stop the pipeline was by people living in a fantasy world where they think they do not need fossil fuels.  But, how many of them got there using fossil fuels?  How many of them use fossil fuels to heat and cool their homes.  Would they rather freeze in the dark?


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