Financial giant ING has sold its stake in its financing of the Dakota Access Pipeline as a result of a divestment campaign to stop the $3.8 billion pipeline from going ahead, marking a victory for the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and its supporters.
The Dutch company is one of 17 banks funding the $2.5 billion loan for the Energy Transfer Partners pipeline. It sold its $120 million in shares from its loan on Tuesday, making it the first bank to do so.
#worldwaterday#climatechange "Fresh water is crucial to human society – not just for drinking, but also for farming, washing and many other activities. It is expected to become increasingly scarce in the future, and this is partly due to climate change.
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