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Jon Queally | "Building Keystone XL will expand production in the tar sands, and that reality is not compatible with serious efforts to battle climate change."
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David Osborn | Encapsulated within the story of Line 9 is a glimpse of the changing energy politics of North America. The pipeline was originally built in 1975 to transport crude oil from Western Canada to Montreal.
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Photo: Stop Fracking Oklahoma
Sarah Lazare | President should renounce "all of the above" energy strategy and nation's reliance on dirty fossil fuels, say environmentalists.
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John Bennett | This afternoon, President Obama gave what may turn out to be one of the most important speeches in American history.
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Lauren McCauley | Green groups have mounted an aggressive attack against TransCanada's Keystone XL tar sands pipeline by filing a lawsuit in U.S. federal court Monday.
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Peter Rugh | Amidst the ongoing jobs-vs-environment debate, however, one voice is noticeably absent: the bitumen workers in Canada who are largely against long-term tar sands extraction and the pipeline.
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rabble staff | The Big Apple proved to be an unfriendly landing spot today for Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, whose sales job for the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline was interrupted climate activists.
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A tar sands tailings pond in Alberta. (Photo: NWFblogs/ Flickr)
James Hansen | The common presumption that President Obama is going to approve the Keystone XL pipeline is wrong, in my opinion.
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Crysbel Tejada, Betsy Catlin | In January, Casey Camp-Horinek traveled the route of the proposed pipeline and her people's Trail of Tears to Pickstown, S.D., for an international treaty gathering called Protect the Sacred.
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Lauren McCauley | grassroots environmental group 350.org celebrated the more than one million comments submitted to the U.S. State Department by opponents of the KXL pipeline.
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Photo: Great Plains Tar Sands Resistance
Jacob Chamberlain | Oklahoma grandmother Nancy Zorn, 79, locked herself to a piece of heavy machinery Tuesday morning in protest of TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline construction.
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Dave Coles | In recent weeks, a half dozen Conservative ministers have trekked south to push for the approval of the pipeline while Harper has made it the top priority for Canada's embassy.