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Jodie L. White

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Environmental Awareness Committee of Fort Berthold

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Environmental Awareness Committee of Fort Berthold

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Refinery Reform Campaign

www.refineryreform.org [cached]

My name is Jodie White.

...
Jodie L. White, The Environmental Awareness Committee #3 1st Ave, W. Roseglen, ND 58775-6023 (701)743-4589


Minot Daily News

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Jodie White, White Shield, spokesperson for the Environmental Awareness Committee of Fort Berthold, said the group is concerned about water, air and soil pollution from a refinery.The committee plans a series of meetings this spring to discuss environmental issues related to the refinery.

"We thought we would try to oppose this through awareness," White said.
...
White said plant officials in previous community meetings have failed to specify the state-of-the-art technologies that will be used to protect the environment.The EPA lists more than 600 toxic chemicals that are created in the refining process, she said.
"It's really scary.I am really worried for the people of Makoti," she said."There's a school right there as well as the people of the surrounding area."
The committee also is concerned about a plan is to graze bison on land around the refinery.
The Environmental Awareness Committee has involved about 26 people at this point, White said.The group's main concern is the refinery, but White said it also is interested in the lignite industry and other environmental issues that affect people living on Fort Berthold.
The committee has invited representatives of Refinery Reform, an national group interested in cleaning up refineries, to speak at workshops to be scheduled in Fort Berthold communities this spring.
The committee is troubled by the lack of oversight by the State Health Department on the refinery, White said.The tribe is sovereign in its ability to oversee environmental regulations, although it does work with the federal EPA.Also, there is no separation of powers in tribal government to ensure those promoting the project also aren't the ones regulating it, White said.
"We have a lot of concerns because of that, with the control of the regulatory aspects and the monitoring aspects associated with this proposed refinery," she said.


Refinery Reform Campaign

www.refineryreform.org [cached]

Jodie White, White Shield, spokesperson for the Environmental Awareness Committee of Fort Berthold, said the group is concerned about water, air and soil pollution from a refinery. The committee plans a series of meetings this spring to discuss environmental issues related to the refinery.

"We thought we would try to oppose this through awareness," White said.
...
White said plant officials in previous community meetings have failed to specify the state-of-the-art technologies that will be used to protect the environment. The EPA lists more than 600 toxic chemicals that are created in the refining process, she said.
"It's really scary. I am really worried for the people of Makoti," she said. "There's a school right there as well as the people of the surrounding area."
The committee also is concerned about a plan is to graze bison on land around the refinery.
The Environmental Awareness Committee has involved about 26 people at this point, White said. The group's main concern is the refinery, but White said it also is interested in the lignite industry and other environmental issues that affect people living on Fort Berthold.
The committee has invited representatives of Refinery Reform, an national group interested in cleaning up refineries, to speak at workshops to be scheduled in Fort Berthold communities this spring.
The committee is troubled by the lack of oversight by the State Health Department on the refinery, White said. The tribe is sovereign in its ability to oversee environmental regulations, although it does work with the federal EPA. Also, there is no separation of powers in tribal government to ensure those promoting the project also aren't the ones regulating it, White said.
"We have a lot of concerns because of that, with the control of the regulatory aspects and the monitoring aspects associated with this proposed refinery," she said.


Minot Daily News

www.minotdailynews.com [cached]

Jodie White, White Shield, spokesperson for the Environmental Awareness Committee of Fort Berthold, said the group is concerned about water, air and soil pollution from a refinery.The committee plans a series of meetings this spring to discuss environmental issues related to the refinery.

"We thought we would try to oppose this through awareness," White said.
...
White said plant officials in previous community meetings have failed to specify the state-of-the-art technologies that will be used to protect the environment.The EPA lists more than 600 toxic chemicals that are created in the refining process, she said.
"It's really scary.I am really worried for the people of Makoti," she said."There's a school right there as well as the people of the surrounding area."
The committee also is concerned about a plan is to graze bison on land around the refinery.
The Environmental Awareness Committee has involved about 26 people at this point, White said.The group's main concern is the refinery, but White said it also is interested in the lignite industry and other environmental issues that affect people living on Fort Berthold.
The committee has invited representatives of Refinery Reform, an national group interested in cleaning up refineries, to speak at workshops to be scheduled in Fort Berthold communities this spring.
The committee is troubled by the lack of oversight by the State Health Department on the refinery, White said.The tribe is sovereign in its ability to oversee environmental regulations, although it does work with the federal EPA.Also, there is no separation of powers in tribal government to ensure those promoting the project also aren't the ones regulating it, White said.
"We have a lot of concerns because of that, with the control of the regulatory aspects and the monitoring aspects associated with this proposed refinery," she said.


Refinery Reform Campaign

www.refineryreform.org [cached]

My name is Jodie L. White, I am party to an organizing effort of members of the Three Affiliated Tribes and Citizens of the surrounding area, whom have come to call ourselves the

"Environmental Awareness Committee".
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Jodie L. White The Environmental Awareness Committee #3 1st Ave. W. Roseglen, ND 58775

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