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The Keystone XL pipeline took a hit yesterday as support for the polluting megaproject dwindles on Capitol Hill.
Rep. Lee Terry has taken dirty energy politics to a new low with his bill to force construction of the tar sands megaproject. Find out how you can help.
An intrepid crew from Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire visited our nation’s capitol to press for action on the tar sands threat to New England. Will their message stick?
Will the company’s latest pipeline accident imperil its chances for a massive expansion in the Great Lakes?
Momentum against the dirty project continues, as dozens of members of Congress urge the US State Department to fix its flawed analysis.
Could the momentum be shifting against the tar sands megaproject? The big news out of Washington seems to say “yes.”
On Thursday, the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline will be front and center in Grand Island, Nebraska, when the US State Department holds its lone public hearing on the immensely controversial project. The location couldn’t be more emblematic of what’s …
The tar sands industry knows that KXL is their best hope for a dramatic expansion. Hear it in their own words.
Oil industry executives and Canadian politicians agree — Keystone XL is designed to export oil out of North America. So why isn’t anyone on this side of the border paying attention?
The US State Department takes a huge step backward on the controversial project, leaving President Obama as our last, best hope for confronting the climate crisis.