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Clinton assured Canada's foreign minister the U.S. was on track to decide on the pipeline by year-end but gave no hint which way the decision would go
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton assured Canada's foreign minister on Thursday the United States...
08/05/2011 | Read More
But numerous Dept. of Defense representatives say they oppose repealing 'Section 526' because of national security and economic concerns
WASHINGTON—When chatter on Capitol Hill ramps up about kicking "526" to the curb, it doesn't mean...
07/25/2011 | Read More
Bill McKibben and allies say the proposed tar sands pipeline — which was barely on their radar a year ago — could galvanize U.S. action on climate
WASHINGTON—Conservationists are still fuming about President Obama's continued lack of follow-...
06/27/2011 | Read More
Upton's bill would force a State Dept. decision on the pipeline by Nov. 1; opponents sue for answers on Clinton's ties to the pipeline's D.C. lobbyist
WASHINGTON— Environmentalists understand why so many House Republicans are gung-ho about upping...
05/20/2011 | Read More
The BP crisis first provoked a closer look at Keystone XL a year ago as environmental security became a national concern
With reporting by Elizabeth McGowan With the oil industry under the national spotlight,...
05/12/2011 | Read More
Advocates say a federal memo that surfaced this week proves that states have the authority to regulate or reroute the controversial oil sands pipeline
WASHINGTON—For close to a year, Nebraska activists have hounded their state elected officials to...
04/01/2011 | Read More
An Alberta government-sponsored scientific panel has backed claims that oil sands development is polluting waterways, and urges more stringent monitoring
CALGARY, ALBERTA—A government-sponsored scientific committee studying water monitoring in Canada...
03/10/2011 | Read More
TransCanada has qualified as a 'common carrier' in the states along Keystone XL, a designation that has stumped some attorneys, advocates and observers
Editor's Note: In this three-part series, SolveClimate News examines how landowners along the six-...
03/02/2011 | Read More
Some U.S. landowners along the Keystone XL route say they are being 'pushed around' and 'intimidated' by TransCanada, an accusation the energy giant denies
Editor's Note: In this three-part series, SolveClimate News examines how landowners along the six-...
03/01/2011 | Read More
TransCanada has gathered easements to use the property of 5,354 landowners along the oil pipeline's route. Some in Oklahoma are among the last holdouts
Editor's Note: In this three-part series, SolveClimate News examines how landowners along the six-...
02/28/2011 | Read More

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