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The endangered Whooping Crane is one of many iconic species at risk from tar sands development. (Photo: flickr.com/Naturesfan1226)

Keystone XL Loses Ground in Congress

The Keystone XL pipeline took a hit yesterday as support for the polluting megaproject dwindles on Capitol Hill.

Tar Sands Toxic Sludge   (image courtesy: www.cbc.ca)

Mandating a Keystone XL Decision: Another Polluter Ploy that Congress Should Reject

Polluter lobbyists launched their latest ploy to funnel massive quantities of dirty fuel through the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. It would seem that even though the State Department and President …

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Working for Wildlife: Follow NWF Activities All Over the Country

Field Highlights: NWF Activists Advocate for Clean Air & Public Lands Over 630,000 mercury postcards were delivered to the EPA in Boston, MA last week! The event was held at …

10 Reasons Congress Should Not Rush Proposed Keystone XL Tar Sands Pipeline

While the Yellowstone River is still being cleaned after a 42,000 gallon ExxonMobil pipeline spill earlier this month and on the year anniversary of a 840,000 gallon Enbridge pipeline spill …

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