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  • Salish Sea could become environmental nightmare
    Oil spill is dire harbinger of future if pipeline is approved; part 2
    A toxic oil spill that occurred yesterday (April 9, 2015) off the Vancouver, British Columbia coast may be a dire prediction of things to come if Kinder Morgan Canada's proposed Trans Mountain Expansion Project is approved.The proposed...
  • Protesting proposed KXL pipeline
    Outside magazine investigates pollution from tar sands mining in Alberta
    A recent article by Ted Genoways in Outside magazine reports on pollution caused by the mining of tar sands in northern Alberta, perhaps influencing yesterday's vote in the U.S. Senate which fell short of approving a bill pushing the Keystone...
  • The truth about the Keystone XL pipeline after Senate vote fails to pass
    The truth about the Keystone XL pipeline after Senate vote fails to pass
    There's nothing more beautiful than enjoying a cup of Canada with your morning coffee. In the Maritimes your background music will be the Atlantic crashing against the shores. In Ontario it will smell like a smouldering farm fire married a...
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    New Keystone XL report finds carbon release could be four times more
    President Barack Obama vowed in June 2013 that final permit approval for Keystone XL pipeline would only be considered if it did not add to the growing problem of climate change.Subsequently, a State Department report issued last August stated...
  • Keystone protest
    Jimmy Carter opposes approval of Keystone XL pipeline
    Several former presidents, including President Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, have made public declarations of support for White House approval of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline that would deliver tar sands crude from Canada to Gulf...
  • Keystone protesters
    Judge blocks path for Keystone XL approval
    After a recent State Department report declared the completion of the Keystone XL pipeline would not significantly increase climate change, which buoyed Republican supporters; a Nebraska judge has thrown out the original law that allowed the...
  • Pepsi freight truck
    Hypocritical Pepsi supports clean water yet uses tar sands oil
    Pepsi claims it's committed to water stewardship. In particular, the company states, "We know that water is inherently local, so we strive to work on specific solutions for watersheds where we operate, to make more and better water...
  • Bitumen
    Obama repeats Keystone XL cautions
    In his weekly address yesterday, President Barack Obama singled out highlights of his hour-long remarks Wednesday at high-ranked Knox liberal arts college in Galesburg, Illnois. President Obama recalled his plan of "a better bargain for the...
  • Keystone protest
    Experts say Keystone XL pipeline would increase gas prices dramatically
    A new report published in Thursday’s Grist magazine, which says it is committed to discussing the need to combat climate change, lays bare the oil industry connections that are putting daily pressure on the state department and President...
  • Members of the UTSR camp out protest the development of the tar sands at PR Springs
    The solstice provides perfect experience of PR Springs
    Over the solstice weekend, Utah Tar Sands Resistance (UTSR) held its family outing to explore the area of the Canadian company U.S. Oil Sands’ tar sands test site.About 50 children, friends and parents enjoyed activities throughout the...
  • Protesters bring human perspective to tar sands conference
    Protesters bring human perspective to tar sands conference
    Around 1 p.m. on May 7, 2013, several vocal protesters interrupted the Bureau of Land Management’s State Director Juan Palma as he began his talk on “Energy development on federal lands in Utah: Is government a development constraint?...
  • Alberta has excellent wind potential
    Can Alberta use wind to sell oil?
    Alberta has found itself over a barrel partly because of the lack of pipeline capacity to take it's environmentally unpopular tar sands crude to market. It seems the province’s and possibly Canada's future economic prosperity depends...
  • Earth
    Status of the planet on Earth Day 2013 is dire
    Earth Day was started by Sen. Gaylord Nelson (D-Wis.) in 1970. Nelson’s effort was in response to a horrible oil spill in Santa Barbara in 1969. Ironically, the country is still dealing with destructive oil spills with the most recent being...
  • Keystone XL Pipeline
    Environmentalists hold 19 protests against proposed Keystone Pipeline
    Across the United States on Sunday, 19 protests took place to urge President Obama to oppose a proposed pipeline connecting Canadian tar sands operations with American refineries and shipping ports.A protest in Denver generated 300 people. San...
  • Keystone Pipeline
    Keystone oil pipeline approved by Nebraska (Video)
    The Keystone oil pipeline, set to deliver oil between Canada and Texas and address energy needs throughout the United States, was approved yesterday by Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman. Nebraska was the final state along the pipeline's route to...
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