Published on Thursday, January 07, 2016 by Common Dreams by Sarah Lazare, staff writer Canadian pipeline company TransCanada announced Wednesday afternoon it is suing the Obama administration under NAFTA provisions for the U.S. decision last November to reject the unpopular Keystone XL pipeline. The climate justice movement that successfully pressured the president to reject the mammoth pipeline project responded […]
Published on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 by Common Dreams by Nadia Prupis, staff writer The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) broke its own internal rules when it spied on Keystone XL opponents in Texas, violating guidelines designed to prevent the agency from becoming overly involved in complex political issues, a new report by the Guardian andEarth Island Journal published Tuesday […]
Governor’s approval of pipeline was “predicated on an unconstitutional statute,” judge rules
Native American communities along proposed route vow resistance against ‘black snake’ pipeline
Founder of Bold Nebraska: ‘If I was candidate on wrong side of this issue, I’d be worried’
US Court Sets ‘Dangerous Precedent’ in Pipeline Ruling
Energy outlooks predict surge in tar sands, with or without key pipeline
A new study released today concludes that Koch Industries and its subsidiaries stand to make as much as $100 billion in profits if the controversial Keystone XL pipeline is granted a presidential permit from U.S. President Barack Obama.
A series of actions that took place this summer helped to shift the climate movement’s center of gravity.
A letter from the State Department denying an information request to a California man confirms that the exact route of the Keystone XL export pipeline remains a mystery