Native Americans

A step towards change, a step towards encouragement

Fight over LNG plant turns to city council, state

 

The Puyallup Tribe is currently fighting the Puget Sound Energy (PSE) in caution that the review for the production did not yield on any information of environmental impacts. They plan on building a facility on the tideflats, that instead of using diesel to run ships, to convert to a cleaner burn of LGN (liquefied natural gas).

– The tone of this article doesn’t seem bias to one opinion but open to all, at a neutral offense. The writer also uses the correct terms to identify a certain population or company. The writer does not identify an opinion to correlate with others. Buzz words: Critics. Pictures: none

 

Legal questions continue to cloud PSE gas plans

 

In correlation to the article above, the Puyallup Tribe’s appeal to stop the production from PSE, the Washington State Shorelines Hearing Board rejected their appeal but questions are still being asked by others. It was taken to court that the disaster modeling and that the response procedures need to be released to the public.

– The writer goes completely in-depth the financial structure and expenses by a for-profit company, in my assumption to educated readers about the types of people whom wish to “deal business”. The overall tone for this article is completely assertive with statements and the correct use of Buzz words: Port watchdog. Pictures: none

Standing up for Standing Rock

 

A Puyallup Tribal Council Member, David Bean was a representative to the Standing Rock Sioux and their efforts to stop the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAP)

– Writer used the correct terms for each tribe, aware of tribal names. Overall tone for this article is uplifting and encouraging the support of other indigenous issues. The writer identifies with either tribes, “they’re fighting for their lives. We let them know that they do not stand alone” also includes a link to donate and help support the Standing Rock. Buzz words: none. Pictures: none

cites:

Fight over LNG plant turns to city council, state (2016, October 20).  Fight over LNG plant turns to city council, state. Puyallup Tribal News.   Retrieved from

http://puyalluptribalnews.net/news/article/fight-over-lng-plant-turns-to-city-council-state

 

Legal questions continue to cloud PSE gas plans (2016, September 22).  Legal questions continue to cloud PSE gas plans.  Puyallup Tribal News. Retrieved from

http://puyalluptribalnews.net/news/article/legal-questions-continue-to-cloud-pse-gas-plans

 

Standing up for Standing Rock  (2016, October 6). Standing up for Standing Rock.  Puyallup Tribal News. Retrieved from

http://puyalluptribalnews.net/news/article/standing-up-for-standing-rock

 

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