The Keystone Pipeline oil spill was nearly twice as big as TransCanada said
Over 400,000 gallons according to a federal investigation of the spill in South Dakota farmland.
Final Keystone XL pipeline approved just days after massive oil spill
Officials did not consider last week’s spill in their decision on $8 billion project
TransCanada’s Keystone Pipeline Leaked 210,000 Gallons of Oil in South Dakota
It comes just days before an effort to halt the Keystone XL expansion.
Keystone XL Is Back From the Dead, And Environmentalists Are Ready to Fight
The Trump administration has issued a presidential permit for construction to begin.
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Trump Has Barred EPA Staff from Talking to the Press
The new president also reportedly placed a freeze on all new contracts and the agency's current work assignments.
Trump issues executive order to move Dakota Access Pipeline forward
Donald Trump signed two executive orders advancing two controversial oil pipelines, the Dakota Access and Keystone XL.
How Pipelines Carrying Bitumen From The Oilsands Could Threaten Sea Life
Bitumen from the oilsands could impact marine ecosystems in 15 ways, scientists say.
The Climate Apocalypse Has Already Arrived for People Living in the Arctic
The 60,000 Inuit people living in 53 communities throughout the Arctic are already seeing immediate concerns.
How Trump Could Screw Up Justin Trudeau’s Climate Plans
Trudeau’s digging in his heels on his environmental policies, but his opponents have been given some powerful ammunition by Trump’s election to the White House.
Controversial Keystone XL Pipeline Comes Back to Life With News of Trump Win
Facing protests over the environment, Obama killed the Keystone XL pipeline. Now it could be back.
Trump vs. Clinton: Who's Better on the Environment?
A Motherboard report card.
One Hundred Indigenous Nations in US and Canada Join Forces in Opposition of Pipeline Expansion
Standing Rock's Sioux Tribe, the Union of BC Chiefs, and many more Indigenous leaders signed a treaty to prevent expansion of the tar sands.