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Huge 'People Over Pipeline' Victory as TransCanada Forced to Kill Energy East
"This is an important day in the fight against climate change in Canada. Energy East was a disaster waiting to happen."
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Worse Than Keystone XL? TransCanada's Terrifying "Plan B"
"TransCanada's Energy East proposal is truly Keystone XL on steroids," says Natural Resources Defense Council
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We Stopped Keystone, Canada Can Stop Energy East
Bold Nebraska on lessons learned fighting Keystone XL
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Survival Under Threat, Canada's Indigenous Unite Against Tar Sands Pipelines
The Grand Chief of the Mohawk Kanesatake First Nation calls the proposed Energy East pipeline 'risky and dangerous' to indigenous peoples' survival
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Harper 2.0? Trudeau Says Canada Needs More Tar Sands Pipelines
The Liberal prime minister argues that building more pipelines to transport dirty tar sands oil is necessary to fund Canada's transition to a green future
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If Paris Changed Everything, Why Are We Still Talking Pipelines?
With the December Paris climate agreement , leaders and experts from around the world showed they overwhelmingly accept that human-caused climate change is real and, because the world has continued to increase fossil fuel use, the need to curb and reduce emissions is urgent. In light of this, I don...
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As Opposition Builds, is Energy East Tar Sands Pipeline 'Dead in the Water'?
Of Energy East, Montreal mayor says: "Let's call a spade a spade: It's a bad project."
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"People's Injunction" Launched to Block Canadian Pipelines
'The action on the ground starts now'
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Trudeau Government Backs Energy East, Supports Tar Sands Expansion
On the same day that US President Barack Obama rejected the proposed 830,000 barrel per day Keystone XL pipeline, highlighting that approving the pipeline would undermine efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions, the government of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came out in support of the...
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How a Canadian University 'Bent Over Backward' for a Pipeline Corporation
'I have the impression that Enbridge sees the center as a PR machine for themselves,' warned former University of Calgary professor
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