Keystone XL

Brett Wilkins, staff writer
Climate campaigner Xiye Bastida holds a version of the Climate Clock—which shows the time remaining for policymakers to reduce emissions before the effects of the climate crisis become irreversible—in New York City's Union Square on April 19, 2021. (Photo: Timothy A. Clark/AFP via Getty Images)
"We can no longer afford any further fossil fuel extraction, infrastructure, or false climate solutions that continue to prioritize profits over people."
Jake Johnson, staff writer
A young protester holds a sign reading "Protect Water" during a Line 3 pipeline protest in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota on January 29, 2021.
"It's up to President Biden to continue with the country's renewable energy...
Brett Wilkins, staff writer
San Francisco District 11 Supervisor John Avalos speaks in opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline during a protest in Embarcadero Plaza on February 17, 2013. (Photo: Steve Rhodes/Flickr/cc)
If the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers "continues to ignore its duty to properly...

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.