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Keystone XL opponent plans appeal to South Dakota high court

An attorney for a group fighting the Keystone XL pipeline says the organization plans to appeal a South Dakota judge's decision upholding state regulators' approval for the pipeline to cross … Click to Continue »

Nebraska landowners install solar panels in the path of the Keystone XL pipeline

Many Nebraska landowners are opposed to the Keystone XL pipeline slashing through their land. So they're fighting the proposed oil pipeline with clean, renewable energy. Activists launched the Solar XL campaign to install solar panels on land that Nebraska locals refuse to sell - directly in the path of the pipeline.[...]

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Hometown USA: The Trump response to Russiagate is collapsing into chaos. Brane Space: Keystone XL has a new problem -- nobody needs it any more. The Psy of Life: A look at the psychology behind Republican floundering on ACA repeal. His...Show More Summary

Farmers And Ranchers Are Planning To Install Solar In The Path Of The Keystone Pipeline

There’s now a direct contrast between the proposed dirty fuel pipeline and a clean energy future. In rural Polk County, Nebraska, Jim Carlson’s fifth-generation farm happens to be directly in the proposed path of the Keystone XL pipeline. Show More Summary

To fight Keystone XL pipeline, activists placing solar panels in its path

Panels not pipes making stand for renewable energy on Nebraska farms Opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline, a long-debated infrastructure project that would transport hundreds of thousands of barrels of oil a day through the center of the U.S., have a new strategy to block to construction. Show More Summary

Keystone XL foes weigh appeal to South Dakota Supreme Court

Foes of the Keystone XL oil pipeline may appeal a South Dakota judge's decision upholding state regulators' authorization of the project where it crosses the state. Two groups said Friday … Click to Continue »

Oil companies are just not that into Keystone XL.

Crude oil has plummeted to $45 a barrel, scaring off investors who'd initially been interested.

Environmentalists Accidentally Win Keystone XL Fight

It looks like environmentalists have accidentally won a battle after all: Keystone XL is facing a new challenge: The oil producers and refiners the pipeline was originally meant to serve aren’t interested in it anymore. ….Much has changed in the oil markets since TransCanada first filed an application with the State Department in 2008 for […]

Goldman Sachs-backed Firm Invests Big in Shipping Tar Sands by Train Along Keystone XL Route

USD Partners, a rail terminal operator owned in part by Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs, has signed a nearly three year deal to facilitate moving tar sands by train from where it is extracted in Alberta, Canada, to an offloading terminal...Show More Summary

TransCanada wants pause in US review of Upland Pipeline

The company behind the proposed Keystone XL pipeline has asked the U.S. State Department to pause its review of another pipeline that would carry oil from northwest North Dakota into … Click to Continue »

Reality Winner: NSA contractor and environmentalist repulsed by Trump

A passionate environmentalist, Winner grew heavy-hearted as Donald Trump quickly gave the go-ahead for construction of the controversial Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines. Four days later, Winner arrived for her first day of work as a contractor at Trump’s NSA. Show More Summary

Nebraska commission sets public hearing for Keystone XL

Supporters and opponents of the Keystone XL oil pipeline are expected to converge in a northern Nebraska town to testify before a commission that will decide whether to approve the … Click to Continue »

Removed from the land before, Ponca nation vows to protect the Earth from Keystone XL

Unlikely allies find common ground in opposition to Keystone XL pipeline that will bring tar sands oil from Canada to Texas.        

Keystone XL operator reassessing interest of US producers

TransCanada Corp. is reassessing whether oil producers in North Dakota and Montana are still interested in shipping crude through its long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline now that they have other new … Click to Continue »

Indigenous and eco-activist protesters in Seattle demand Chase stop making tar sand pipeline loans

2 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

On Monday, 26 activists were arrested in Seattle when they occupied 13 branches of JPMorgan Chase bank. Their complaint? They want Chase to stop lending money to TransCanada, the builder of the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. Although...Show More Summary

Guest Editorial: To Stop the Keystone XL Pipeline, We Need To Stop The Flow of Dollars

2 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Mike O'Brien Look at them pipes. Andrew Ottoson, CC 2.0 There comes a time when what was once considered normal—be it slavery, a sweatshop, or sexual harassment—is seen to be profoundly immoral. When it comes to protecting a livable planet for our children, we have come to that moment. Show More Summary

Climate-Denying Firm Led by Trump Strategist Lobbied for Dakota Access, Keystone XL

By Steve Horn and Itai Vardi The Center for Individual Freedom ( CFIF ), a conservative advocacy, lobbying, and electioneering group led by a strategist for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, has lobbied for both the Dakota Access...Show More Summary

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