Pres. Barack Obama vetoed a bill to approve construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline on February 24— not because of climate change, not because of low oil prices and not because of the risks... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Kathleen Wynne went to Washington and gave a speech. Right off the bat she started attacking have-provinces and the Keystone XL Pipeline. The Keystone XL pipeline doesn’t even have anything to do with Ontario. The worst part? She actually said she doesn’t care about the economy. Is this her way of saying she’s given up […]
Progressives should work to push Hillary Clinton to the left on issues ranging from Wall Street reform to Keystone XL to trade deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership to criminal justice reform. Absolutely. But it would be nice if they...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — A Twitter post recently caught the eye of Bill McKibben, the environmental advocate and godfather of the Keystone XL pipeline protests. It included an image from “The Simpsons” showing Homer and his family basking in mountains...Show More Summary
A report by the Guardian found that the FBI investigated non-violent environmental groups critical of the Keystone XL pipeline.
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Above: Obvious environmental extremists It’s ridiculous that the FBI was violating agency protocol by going to rather extreme measures in monitoring those protesting the Keystone XL Pipeline. Calling the opponents “extremists” (because...Show More Summary
This post supported by a grant from the Patty Dumpling Endowed Chair for coverage of oil spills, pipelines, fracking, and Dear God What Is This About Whores? The Keystone XL pipeline isn’t quite dead yet, even though Barack Obama personally strangled it (sort of) back in February. Show More Summary
Paul Lewis and Adam Federman at The Guardian report: The FBI breached its own internal rules when it spied on campaigners against the Keystone XL pipeline, failing to get approval before it cultivated informants and opened files on individuals...Show More Summary
New investigation reveals agency’s actions amounted to ‘substantial non-compliance’ with its own rules By Nadia Prupis The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) broke its own internal rules when it spied on Keystone XL opponents in Texas, violating guidelines designed to prevent the agency from becoming overly involved in complex political issues, a new report by...
Environmentalism has changed quite a bit in the last 10 years. From the emergence of climate change as the catalyzing issue of the 21st century to fights over the Keystone XL pipeline to the growing diversity of green groups, the environmental...Show More Summary
Elvert Barnes / (CC BY-SA 2.0) The survival of the Keystone XL pipeline project is cast further into doubt with the election of a leftwing government in Canada’s wealthiest and most conservative province. The Guardian reports: The once-marginal...Show More Summary
TweetIt looks like this, with a bear and two protesting bear handlers being outnumbered by the press corps: Tom Steyer + Hillary Clinton + Keystone XL Pipeline = This
A new round of hearings on a state construction permit for the Keystone XL project is expected to pit South Dakota activists against pipeline supporters eager for construction to begin.
The Keystone XL Pipeline saga should be laid to rest in the coming months when the U.S. State Department issues its final ruling on the project.
The Keystone XL pipeline debate that unfortunately continues to drag on has pushed Canada's oil production potential into the spotlight. Canada is our neighbor and leading trade partner, with U.S. goods and private services trade with Canada totaling around $750 billion a year, interestingly equal parts imports and exports. More [...]
OTTAWA (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama is unlikely to deliver his verdict on TransCanada Corp's Keystone XL pipeline between mid-June and mid-October for fear of being seen as interfering in Canada's upcoming election, said three Ottawa-based sources familiar with the matter.
Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont announced Thursday that he's challenging Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. Sanders' decision—a vocal Keystone XL opponent, clean energy champion, and carbon tax bill sponsor—is good news for environmentalists who RELATED ►POST PROFILESHARE ►
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is signing long-delayed legislation to boost energy efficiency in buildings. [...] it was defeated last year after becoming enmeshed in a partisan fight over the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
The majority of Americans have no idea what the Keystone XL pipeline is, but among those who do, support for its construction is firmly split along partisan lines, according to a new poll released Wednesday. The University of Texas at...Show More Summary