Sen. Jon Tester of Montana Last year, shortly after he was elevated to lead the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Sen. Jon Tester of Montana explained on MSNBC how Keystone XL pipeline supporters could box in President ObamaShow More Summary
The Keystone XL Pipeline is the 1,664 mile project that has become the political football of the 114th Congress. What most folks don't know about this football is that it is already operating from Steele City, Nebraska to Port Arthur, Texas. Show More Summary
The day of ecological reckoning looms over us. I am not talking about whether the Keystone XL Pipeline gets rammed through our backyards. I am down the rabbit hole of environmental concern with another problematic petrochemical -- plastic. We...Show More Summary
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Jeffrey Sachs, an economist with Columbia University’s Earth Institute, whined about the GOP “voting down science” in the Keystone XL pipeline bill and blamed oil companies for climate change/global warming. Also, Sachs is a well-known top-down international development advocate (i.e. throw money at poor countries no matter what).
Tar sands bitumen would be moved through the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to Texas. Just four Senate Democrats voted Monday with the Republicans for cloture on a bill that would have approved Keystone XL pipeline. The bill would have transferred authority from the president over the pipeline to Congress. Show More Summary
US Senate Democrats blocked immediate consideration of a Republican-favored bill Monday that would permit the construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline between the United States and Canada. In the latest episode of partisan bickering triggered by the controversial project, Democrats rallied to...
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Sue Ogrocki/AP The Keystone XL pipeline has been debated for years. Between various amendments being proposed and staunch opposition from President Obama, the fate is still uncertain about the 1,200-mile portion connecting Alberta, Canada, to the rest of the pipeline running down the center of the U.S. Show More Summary
Democrats in the U.S. Senate blocked the Keystone XL pipeline bill from moving forward on Monday, but supporters of the project vowed to push ahead and eventually get a vote on the measure. The Senate failed to get the 60 votes needed to limit debate, voting 53 to 39 on the measure. Show More Summary
Swift Senate passage of legislation to approve the Keystone XL pipeline ran into trouble Monday after Democrats temporarily blocked the measure from advancing.
CNN and Fox News repeatedly reported on the Keystone XL pipeline without connecting it to a major oil spill near the pipeline's proposed route. By contrast, MSNBC and others in the media have reported on the spill, which occurred inShow More Summary
Laura Clawson wrote earlier about the farce that is new Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's "open amendment" process for the Keystone XL bill. She included a snippet of video from the floor "debate" in which Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA)...Show More Summary
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) has ambitious plans this week. As the Senate wrestles with the Republicans' Keystone XL pipeline legislation, Rubio will be skipping town to bolster his presidential bid. This legislation has implications for fossil-fuel dependence and climate change. Show More Summary
Two events in Washington, DC are ushering in the New Year with starkly contrasting visions of the future. In Congress, Republican leaders have prioritized passing legislation supporting the Keystone XL pipeline, which will transport oil from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. Show More Summary
While the Keystone XL pipeline still flounders around in the federal approval process, a massive new clean energy transmission line gets the thumbs-up Wind Beats Keystone XL In Race For Federal Approval was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
The new Republican majority in the Senate was just a few hours old when Mitch McConnell vowed to pass legislation that would greenlight the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, despite President Obama’s veto threat. That’s just one of the...Show More Summary
Since the Senate began debate on fast-tracking the Keystone XL pipeline earlier this month, things have gone from bad to worse to downright miserable for anyone who believes in the reality of man-made climate change.
The "I am not a scientist" era in the U.S. Senate may be starting to wane. But the "I am opposed to doing anything about climate change" era is still going strong. In votes Wednesday on amendments to the controversial Keystone XL pipeline bill, some Republican Senators finally went on record acknowledging that man-made climate change is real. Show More Summary
See Missys Brother's post. Many environmentally related posts appearing at Daily Kos each week don't attract the attention they deserve. To help get more eyeballs, Spotlight on Green News & Views (previously known as the Green Diary Rescue) normally appears twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Show More Summary