Keystone XL

Jessica Corbett, staff writer
At a January 19, 2021 rally organized by Food & Water Watch, New York Communities for Change, and 350 NYC, environmental activists demand that the Biden administration Build Back Fossil Free in front of Charging Bull sculpture in New York City. (Photo: Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images)
"The Biden White House needs to chart a much more aggressive course for dealing with our climate emergency."
Jake Johnson, staff writer
Shawnee Rae (age 8) was with a group of Native American activists from the Sisseton-Wahpeton tribe who protested the Keystone XL pipeline project in Watertown, South Dakota.
"Our communities have been fighting KXL for over a decade, tooth and nail, in...
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
"We have shown we are willing to risk our liberty and freedom and put our bodies on the line to blockade and stop construction of these dirty oil and gas projects, to ensure we have a clean future for our children," said Kanahus Manuel of the Tiny House Warriors. (Photo: Tiny House Warriors/Facebook)
"Joe Biden, we are asking you to stand on the right side of history and...

Further

With Tuesday's expected close Senate vote on Keystone - and protesters descending on Mary Landrieu's lawn with an inflatable pipeline to give her a taste of what's to come - it's remarkable most media missed the stunning admission by TransCanada's CEO that, yes, Keystone will in fact create just 50 permanent jobs (along with more lousy short-term ones and of course much long-term devastation.) Call your senators.