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Friday, January 20, 2017
 

The Nicaragua paradox

It’s important for the international community to work to ensure that whoever rules Nicaragua lives up to these pledges and stops the flow of Colonos into the area while recognizing that many of these are also desperately poor people who will need to be given other options, something the FSLN promised them decades ago.

Canada’s Trudeau plans to work with Trump admin to approve Keystone XL, pump Exxon-owned...

The deck now stacked against those who have spent years fighting against Keystone XL.

Eleven cities showing what bold climate action looks like

“The winning projects show that great progress is being made on every continent, and they serve as an inspiration to other cities.”

Kinder Morgan: Canada’s Dakota Access Pipeline

A new, energized pipeline movement has been born. And the fight will soon be over Kinder Morgan.

Canada approves Kinder Morgan, Enbridge pipelines despite fierce opposition

"Today's announcement may as well have said that Canada is pulling out of the Paris climate agreement."

Cuba: Now that Fidel is gone, what comes next?

The incoming Trump administration is leaning toward confrontation and not accommodation in its dealings with Havana.
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Will Trump roll back efforts to normalize relations between Havana & Washington?

Trump has vowed to withdraw from diplomatic relations if he believes his new demands go unmet in the future.

Fidel Castro: Cuban conundrum fought for freedom but entrenched state power

These are the riddles at the center of Fidel Castro, resolved conventionally by taking opposing sides: Fidel the savior, Castro the monster.

Canada may approve an oil pipeline that threatens the world’s most endangered killer whales

The Trans-Mountain project would almost triple the amount of tar sands oil flowing to a port near Vancouver, British Columbia.

Fracking fluid caused months-long earthquake events in Alberta: New study

Eaton says he hopes the research will result in better regulation and risk assessment processes.