There is less than a month before the justices of the Nebraska Supreme court hear arguments in a case that will have a big impact on TransCanada's proposed Keystone XL pipeline. The court will hear the argument that ranchers and farmers...Show More Summary
The policy debate over the Keystone XL pipeline (as opposed to the political one) in many ways boil down to railroads. Supporters of Keystone say there's no point in blocking the construction of massive pipeline that will traverse the...Show More Summary
State Department lawyer who played a key role in the Keystone XL pipeline review is moving on, sources said on Wednesday, the latest departure of a senior official involved with the long-delayed project. Keith Benes helped produce the...Show More Summary
Unseating Terry has become something of a priority among national Democrats, part of which has to do with the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. The post Why Nebraska’s ‘Top Climate Denier’ Congressman Could Lose His Seat In November appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Musical legends Willie Nelson and Neil Young have agreed to play a concert in Neligh to raise funds and awareness against the proposal to lay the Keystone XL pipeline through the area. Read More The post Willie Nelson and Neil Young Join Fight Against Keystone Pipeline appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Nebraska to rock: Willie Nelson and Neil Young will be performing at “Harvest the Hope Concert,” a benefit for Bold Nebraska and the Cowboy and Indian Alliance in their continued opposition to the Keystone XL Pipeline. Date: September 27th, a tad over 27 years since Nelson and Young performed together at Farm Aid-3 in 1987.
“Rail can get you just about anywhere. It's like the Harry Potter stairway. You get on the stairs at one end and they move to wherever you need to go. That's the beauty of the railway. You get on at one end here, with your bitumen or...Show More Summary
Willie Nelson and Neil Young have joined forces to protest the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. Nelson and Young will headline a benefit concert, titled “Harvest of Hope,” on September 27 near Neligh, Nebraska. Although the tickets are $50 each, all proceeds will be donated to environmental groups — who are dedicated to halting construction of
Singing legends Neil Young and Willie Nelson will be putting on a show on a family farm in Nebraska on September 27, and their motives are political as well as musical.
Cross-Posted from DeSmogBlog A U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has ruled that Enbridge's 600-mile-long Flanagan South Pipeline, a Keystone XL "clone," is legally cleared to proceed opening for business in October. Approved by the U.S. Show More Summary
Aug 18 (Reuters) - Veteran musicians Willie Nelson and Neil Young are teaming up for a benefit concert in Nebraska to raise funds in the fight against land being sold for the Keystone XL oil pipeline project, charity organization Bold...Show More Summary
In a recent quarter two call for investors, Enbridge Inc executives said the company’s “Keystone XL” clone — the combination of the Flanagan South and Seaway Twin pipelines — will open for business by October.
In a recent quarter two call for investors, Enbridge Inc executives said the company's “Keystone XL ” clone — the combination of the Flanagan South and Seaway Twin pipelines — will open for business by October. As previously reported...Show More Summary
Last week, supporters of the Keystone XL pipeline got all worked up about a study that purported to find that the delay in approving the project has actually increased greenhouse gas emissions. The narrowly-focused study was based on...Show More Summary
A new study published in Nature Climate Change by the Stockholm Environment Institute claims that the Keystone XL Pipeline is set to produce four times more climate change pollution than the US State Department predicted. The State Department has already been under increased scrutiny for playing politics with the science of climate change. Show More Summary
Ever since Bill McKibben and his organization 350.org chose the Keystone XL pipeline as a rallying point for their anti-climate change movement, a few persistent critics, led by New York's Jonathan Chait, have questioned McKibben's political acumen. Show More Summary
Yves here. Some advocates greenhouse gas reduction policies thought that the fight against the Keystone XL pipeline was misguided, since it represented a lot of political capital spent against a not-terribly-significant target. However,...Show More Summary
A new study published in the journal Nature Climate Change finds that the Keystone XL pipeline, if approved, would cut global oil prices. For many on the left, that's the bad news. The official U.S. State Department estimate of carbon...Show More Summary
The media heralded a report in early 2014, which claimed that building the controversial Keystone XL pipeline would not have a significant impact on climate change. Since then, multiple studies have found that same report to be flawed,...Show More Summary