In the US, private residents end up footing the bill to prevent further eyesores and pollution.
Gas-sniffing orbiters are helping clear the air of a common and overlooked pollutant.
A decade ago, Congress set out to make pipelines safer. But regulators are still seeing dozens of accidents in homes each year, with little recourse for utility companies.
Even as the executive branch erodes environmental protections, activists are finally holding some companies responsible in court.
Oil- and gas- pipeline firms have broad authority to build through private property. The coronavirus hasn’t slowed them down.
But petroleum shipping remains an inherently risky business.
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