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Companies like Suncor need coastal access in order to grow their operations -- and they're banking on KXL to get them there. (Photo: Suncor)

Keystone XL – The Linchpin for Future Tar Sands Growth

The tar sands industry knows that KXL is their best hope for a dramatic expansion. Hear it in their own words.

Kalamazoo River Enbridge Oil Spill

Enbridge’s Nose Grows a lot Longer

In a recent hearing to determine the fate of the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline project, Enbridge told regulators, decision makers and the public that tar sands oil floats in water. …

Flooded wetlands in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge after Hurricane Sandy (Flickr / US FWS)

Does the Paul Ryan Budget Safeguard Americans?

This morning, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan released his budget plan for fiscal year 2014.  Like previous Ryan budgets, the National Wildlife Federation has serious concerns about the effect …

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Keystone XL: Exports, Not Energy Security

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?

Tar sands refining complex in Alberta, Canada (Photo: Kris Krug)

Keystone XL Review Fails the Climate Test

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.

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Will Obama Go Back to 1984 on Keystone XL?

Canada insists the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline will bring “peace and prosperity,” but the world’s top climate official thinks otherwise. How will the President pick sides?

2 trillion barrels of carbon-free oil?! No problem, according to industry spokesman Alex Pourbaix. (Photo: Kris Krug)

TransCanada’s Shocking Climate Claim

Tar sands executives have either figured out the most amazing magic trick in history, or they don’t understand science. You decide!

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President Obama Golfs With Oil Execs During Weekend of Climate Rally

When it Comes to Climate, Wildlife Supporters Advocate for Birdies NOT Bogeys This past weekend, something remarkable happened — more than 35,000 people came to Washington D.C. from all over …

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Wildlife Supporters Join Historic Rally Against Dirty Keystone XL Pipeline

On Sunday, the National Wildlife Federation and our supporters took part in the largest climate rally in history. And that’s exactly what it felt like: being a part of history. …


Congress Sees Its Shadow, Tries to Destroy Winter

With two more members aiming to force construction of the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, Congress seems to be living in a time warp.

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