Tar Sands – EPA Says State Dept Did Inadequate Risk Review
The Keystone XL second environmental impact statement is “inadequate” according to a document released by the Environmental Protection Agency today.
NWF and others are warning Sec. Clinton not to approve a dangerous tar sands pipeline
Over 260,000 Americans wrote to the State Department in opposition to the controversial pipeline. State is in charge of permitting the pipeline because it crosses an international border.
Read the EPA’s official comments on the supplemental impact statement for TransCanada’s proposed Keystone XL Project.
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