Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Tag: keystone xl pipeline

KXL Pipeline developer plans to start construction in 2019

The KXL has been at the center of a contentious fight for a decade.

After the Keystone XL approval, here’s what’s next for the climate...

The battle is far from over—and has already transformed the way environmental campaigns are waged.

Resistance that won’t quit: A timeline of the Keystone XL Pipeline

Despite a Trump executive order undoing nearly nine years of defiance, the story of the-pipeline-that-won’t-die isn’t over.

On the day of People’s Climate Marches, the Ponca Tribe begins...

A unique alliance among tribes, ranchers, and other landowners in Nebraska regroups to resist fossil fuel development like the Keystone XL.

Appeals Court Rules Keystone XL South Approval Was Legal, Lifting Cloud...

While Keystone XL South was approved via a controversial Army Corps Nationwide Permit 12 and an accompanying Executive Order from President Barack Obama, the U.S. Appeals Court ruled it was permitted in a lawful manner—a blow to the fight against KXL.

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Demanding Kavanaugh impeachment, law students launch nationwide strike against illegitimate justice

"We cannot accept a system that empowers a man who repeatedly lied under oath and a judiciary review process that only performs a sham of an investigation into his misconduct."

New Supreme Court ruling could make it easier to hold corporations liable for things...

A new SCOTUS ruling could open the door to corporate liability, making it easier to fight for things like climate change awareness, gun control, and the opioid crisis.

With planet in ‘crisis mode,’ Bernie Sanders rips Trump White House for ‘dangerous’ dismissal...

"You have an administration that virtually does not even recognize the reality of climate change and their policies, working with the fossil fuel industry, are making a bad situation worse."

Unsolicited advice for an undeclared presidential candidate

A letter to Elizabeth Warren.

The Founder’ monumental constitutional mistake; 2 senators from each state

But let’s not blame the Founders because they had no way of knowing how large this country would become and the great degree to which the populations of its states would vary.

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