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Officials Acknowledge XL Tar Sands Pipeline Skipped on Safety

8/5/2011 // By Tony Iallonardo

House and Senate Make Hopeful Progress Amidst Rash of Spills Emerging from talks with Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird late this week, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton indicated that the State Department is getting ready to approve the dirtiest, […] Read more >

Bipartisan Nebraska State Senators Say Tar Sands Pipeline Dangerous

5/31/2011 // By Tony Iallonardo

Telling Secretary of State Hillary Clinton they need time to pass pipeline safety legislation in the state, a bipartisan group of five Nebraska state senators is urging a delay of Keystone XL’s approval for twelve months.  (The state is unicameral). […] Read more >

Senators Raise Concerns About Dirty Fuels Pipeline

11/3/2010 // By Tony Iallonardo

Eleven U.S. senators, led by Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and Jeff Merkley (D-OR), have written to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton calling on her to respond to detailed questions about the environmental impacts of the proposed TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline, designed to carry […] Read more >

VIDEO – Clinton Speaks! Tar Sands Remarks Disappoint

10/19/2010 // By Tony Iallonardo

In a rare public statement of tar sands, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton seemed to say America’s energy choices amount to either dirty oil from the gulf or dirty oil from Canada.  (Full transcript here.) Mrs. Clinton offers up a  false […] Read more >

The Real Story on Climate Finance

12/18/2009 // By Larry Schweiger

By Larry J. Schweiger As we await word here in Copenhagen about a possible climate deal, Eric Haxthausen with The Nature Conservancy highlights in his National Journal blog “The Real Story on Climate Finance” on some of the progress made […] Read more >

First Sunny Day In Copenhagen

12/17/2009 // By Larry Schweiger

By: Larry J. Schweiger Here in Copenhagen the sun is shining for the first time in over a week. Inside the Bella Center, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton issued a strong signal that the US is serious. If China agrees […] Read more >

Unscripted New Hampshire

1/10/2008 // By Josh Nelson

This fall and winter I was lucky enough to be a small part of an increasingly sizable contingent of conservationists who have tried to elevate global warming to Tier One status in the Presidential race. Seldom did we come away […] Read more >

One More Day – New Hampshire Primaries

1/7/2008 // By Catherine Bowes

The candidates have one more day to win over New Hampshire voters, and they are surely giving it all they’ve got! I just left a crowded Hillary rally in Dover, where about 500 people filled a community center (apparently over […] Read more >

The Excitement is Palpable in New Hampshire

1/7/2008 // By Josh Nelson

I crossed into New Hampshire today from Massachusetts on a rag-tag meandering secondary road.  I knew immediately exactly when I’d hit pay dirt.  I was jolted at the otherwise unannounced border by an assault, a visual barrage of Hillary, Mitt, […] Read more >

NWF is on the Ground in New Hampshire!

1/6/2008 // By Catherine Bowes

New Hampshire is buzzing! The intensity of the presidential campaign in New Hampshire has definitely gone up several notches! For the last 2 days my colleagues and I have been traveling around the state – attending candidate events, talking to […] Read more >

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