On Thursday, August 10th, in Lincoln, NE, activist groups delivered more than 460,000 public comments opposing the Keystone XL pipeline to the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
The Virginia DEQ is holding five hearings across the Commonwealth to receive public input on proposed pipeline projects – three hearings on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and two hearings on the Mountain Valley Pipeline.
Stockman’s planned testimony outlines that changing market conditions and realities in the tar sands industry show that there is no market need for Keystone XL pipeline. This testimony has been essentially confirmed by recent statements by TransCanada representatives themselves, who have expressed doubt in finding sufficient shippers to fill the pipeline.
“Keystone XL has been seen as inevitable before, but we persisted and won. This isn’t game over, it’s game on. Now we have a President who is deeply beholden to the oil industry and will do anything they ask, so this approval is no surprise.”
Activists rallied at the Canadian Embassy during Trudeau’s first visit to D.C. – the PM has said he wants to “work with” Trump to construct Keystone XL.
In response to the outcome of the COP22 climate negotiations in Morocco, Oil Change International released the following statements from its experts.
Dakota Access should be stopped immediately for a long list of reasons. But we must also stop billions of taxpayer dollars from flowing to fossil fuels.
Hundreds of thousands have joined Native water protectors in opposing Dakota Access. So why are taxpayers subsidizing its owners with millions of dollars?
The DNC released the first public draft of the 2016 Democratic Party Platform, and there are many elements worth supporting. But there is also plenty of room for improvement.
Seeds of resistance are spreading across the country, as landowners stand up for their land, their communities, and the climate.