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Naomi Klein | Will the U.S. government throw a lifeline to a climate-destabilizing industrial project that's under a confluence of pressures that add up to a very real crisis?
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Brent Patterson | Given U.S. President Barack Obama is expected to decide on the fate of the Keystone XL pipeline as early as this April, many were watching his State of the Union address for clues on his decision.
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Julien Lalonde | As 2011 comes to a close, let's take a moment to reflect on the first chapter of the saga that will occupy the attention of the environmental movement in the coming decade: the Keystone XL pipeline.
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Amy Goodman | More than 10,000 people gathered in Washington, D.C., last Sunday with a simple goal: Encircle the White House. They were unified in their opposition to the planned Keystone XL pipeline.
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An RCMP officer speaks to a protester in Ottawa on Monday, Sept. 26, 2011 at the anti-tar sands protest. Photo: Marco Vigliotti
Marco Vigliotti | Dozens of protesters objecting to the federal government’s enthusiastic support for Alberta’s Tar Sands and the Keystone XL pipeline running from Alberta to the Gulf of Mexico were arrested Monday.
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Photo: Tar Sands Action
Martin Lukacs | On Friday, September 2, activists from across the U.S. and Canada gathered in front of the White House to protest TransCanada's Keystone XL oil pipeline.
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Climate scientist James Hansen being arrested at the Keystone XL pipeline protests at the White House. Photo: Ben Powless
rabble staff | Rolling Stone magazine describes photo by rabble.ca writer of climate scientist, James Hansen, as 'the war on science in a single image'.
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Council of Canadians, The Indigenous Environmental Network, Greenpeace Canada | Gary Doer pitches the tar sands as the answer to American energy security, ignoring the destruction it creates and turns away from the sustainable energy future Canada and the U.S. need.
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The Indigenous Environmental Network | Building Keystone XL would be the greenhouse gas equivalent of adding roughly 6.5 million passenger vehicles to the road, or constructing 12 new coal-fired power plants.
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Tantoo Cardinal and Margot Kidder at the White House protest. Photo: Milan Ilnyckyj/TarSandsAction.org
Tar Sands Action | 'I can't think of a more important place to be,' said Kidder. 'President Obama has the chance here to do the right thing and stop this pipeline. I'm here to help make sure he does it.'