It seems that we are becoming numb to pipeline leaks. Every giant leak is followed by another, even larger one and once the initial press buzz subsides, we hear little to nothing about the end results to the environment. The new film "At What Cost? Pipelines, Pollution and Eminent Domain in the Rural South" explores the petroleum pipeline industry, it's track record and the cost to our land and environment. These pipeline companies also use eminent domain to leverage the buying of land in rural areas across the country.
This clip is the trailer from the upcoming documentary, to be screened in Augusta, Georgia on January 13th and then shown across the south in 2016.
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