Thomas Gunton of Simon Fraser University’s Resource and Environmental Planning Program had a piece in yesterday’s Globe and Mail raising the question if the statement of support for the Keystone XL pipeline and the approval of two other pipelines was...
--Co-author ROSALY BYRD-- 2016 was a year of extremes: from the Paris Agreement going into effect to a White House full of climate deniers, from the halting of the Keystone XL Pipeline to the horrendous treatment of protesters standing up against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Show More Summary
Canadian "kinder, gentler" Prime Minister Justin Trudeau loves the oil industry, just like his mean old predecessor, the petro-Tory Stephen Harper: not only has he approved two new pipelines for Canada's worst-in-class tar sands oil,...Show More Summary
At a speech given to the Calgary Chamber of Commerce, Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he intends to work with President-elect Donald Trump to approve the northern leg of TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline. The speech comes...Show More Summary
CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - The Prime Minister of Canada said on Wednesday U.S. President-elect Donald Trump was "very supportive" of TransCanada Corp's proposed Keystone XL crude oil pipeline in their first conversation after the U.S. election.
Spotted Eagle has organized against the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines.
Donald Trump has vowed to "rip up" the Paris climate agreement, repeal the Clean Power Plan, and scrap NASA's Earth science research while reviving the coal industry, approving the Keystone XL pipeline, and expanding offshore oil drilling.
As future president, Donald Trump has promised to dismantle President Barack Obama’s progress toward improving the environment. He has supported the Keystone XL pipeline and removing regulations on the gas and oil industries. He wants...Show More Summary
From Keystone XL to the most recent Dakota Access, debates over pipelines seem to have sprung up overnight. The pipes that connect us and deliver opportunity used to unite us,...
Canada has some big decisions to make, and Donald Trump's administration will play a significant role The post If Trump approves Keystone XL, does Canada need other pipelines? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
(AP) — The Senate's top Republican said Friday he asked President-elect Donald Trump to move swiftly in approving construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, which has drawn strong opposition from environmentalists. Project supporters,...Show More Summary
We’ve already written about how Donald Trump’s incoming administration could spell disaster for the environment. But it could end up being worse than we thought. Just days after the election, TransCanada announced it would attempt to...Show More Summary
A Trump presidency is a big setback to environmentalists, particularly opponents of the Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines.
Under Donald Trump’s presidency, oil and gas pipelines ? including the controversial Keystone XL and Dakota Access conduits ? will crisscross the United States. Environmental protections will be scrapped, not one by one, but in a complete regulatory overhaul. Show More Summary
Facing protests over the environment, Obama killed the Keystone XL pipeline. Now it could be back.
TOP STORIES WHAT TO EXPECT OUT OF A DONALD TRUMP PRESIDENCY Mitch McConnell says the repeal of Obamacare is a top priority. The fight against climate change is looking dicey. There’s new hope for the Keystone XL pipeline, good news for coal and likely the death of Merrick Garland’s chances at the Supreme Court. Show More Summary
Donald Trump’s surprise general election win in the early hours of Wednesday has already resuscitated plans to build the Keystone XL pipeline. TransCanada, the company behind the proposed 1,179-mile oil conduit from Alberta to Nebraska, announced plans on Wednesday to meet with Trump officials to once again pitch the pipeline. Show More Summary
Hacked emails show Hillary Clinton's campaign wrestled with how to announce her opposition to construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. Continue reading ? The post Emails show Clinton campaign weighing Keystone XL decision appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Clinton press secretary Brian Fallon asked in an email whether the candidate's "newfound position on Keystone" would be "greeted cynically and perhaps as part of some manufactured attempt to project sincerity?" For seven years, the administration...Show More Summary
The campaign emails released on WikiLeaks illustrate the degree to which aides stage-managed and agonized over her changed positions on issues like the Keystone XL oil pipeline.