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Keystone XL Protests Heat Up as Public Comment Period Winds Down

The opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline remains vigilant as the public comment period for the State Department's latest Environmental Impact Statement closes

 

The Keystone XL Pipeline: What's Next, and What You Can Do About It

The most talked about energy pipeline in the world, the proposed Keystone XL pipeline has become a political hot topic, but the public remains largely confused and misinformed about its impact.

Sierra Club Finds Negligence in Review of Keystone Pipeline Contractor

The environmental organization the Sierra Club has found that State Department officials failed to conduct a proper evaluation of contractors hired for the Keystone XL pipeline project. As part of an ongoing records request, the Sierra Club has analyzed documents showing a conflict of interest between TransCanada, the lead organization driving the cross-continental crude oil pipeline project, and subcontractor Environmental Resources Management (ERM).

40,000 Gather for Climate Rally in Washington, DC

Over 40,000 people gathered by the National Monument in the early afternoon on Sunday, Febraury 17th, then proceeded to march around the White House to demand that President Obama make a more concerted effort to confront climate change, reject the Keystone XL pipeline, and promote clean energy.

Reject and Protect: A Massive– Possibly Final– Stand Against Keystone XL

Ranchers, farmers and tribal communities join thousands in the nation's capital from April 22-26th to call on the President to reject the Keystone XL Pipeline.

Environmental Groups Protest Keystone XL Pipeline Ahead of SOTU

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In the days leading up to an anticipated decision on the Keystone XL Pipeline, organizers once again rally the opposition.

Keystone XL Protest

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On Wednesday in DC, there's a crucial opportunity to push back and make sure Canada knows that Americans don't want the Keystone XL pipeline going through our country.
 
Canada's Minister of Natural Resources Joe Oliver will be in DC tomorrow to talk about the

End of Public Comment Period for Keystone XL Pipeline Environmental Impact Review

Environmental organizations are making their final push for members to submit comments against the Keystone XL Pipeline as public comment period comes to a close following State Department's initial draft review of the environmental impact of the controversial pipeline, which was released for

Arkansas Oil Spill Reveals Dangers of Tar Sands Pollution, Weakness of Pipeline Infrastructure

On Friday, March 29 , a leak was discovered in a section of Exxon's Pegasus pipeline running through a subdivision in the town of Mayflower, Arkansas, spilling up to 10,000 barrels of Candadian tar sands oil over 45 minutes into yards, down a street and into a storm drain.

Week of Action to Stop Tar Sands Profiteers

The group Tar Sands Blockade is planning a week of action to protest at the offices of TransCanada and its investors across the United States and Canada– who they call "Tar Sands Profiteers."

 

The plan, according to the organization, is to "Show up at their offices, public events, and extraction