Keystone XL Pipeline

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These Photos Capture the Power of Political Resistance

Photographer Alex Matzke has been on the front lines of some of America's most exciting political movements.
Tara Wray
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Trump Is Expected to Advance the Keystone XL and Dakota Access Pipelines

The president is slated to sign two executive actions Tuesday that will advance construction on the controversial pipelines, despite outcry from various environmental groups.
Lauren Messman

There Is a New Climate Change Disaster Looming in Northern Canada

The thawing of the permafrost in Northern Canada could be the "carbon bomb" that does us in.
James Wilt
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Obama Has Officially Axed the Keystone XL Pipeline Plan

On Friday, the president said "shipping dirtier crude oil into our country would not increase America's energy security."
Helen Donahue

Is the Keystone Pipeline Irrelevant?

Sneaky moves by the oil industry have probably made the contentious pipeline superfluous.
Eric Holthaus

Native American Tribes Are Ready to Go to War over the Keystone Pipeline

Opponents of the Keystone XL have managed to stall construction of the pipeline again on Tuesday, but their fight isn't over yet.
Allie Conti

Bill McKibben Would Go to Jail to Halt the Building of the Keystone XL Pipeline

Environmental activist Bill McKibben is like Daniel Day-Lewis in <i>Lincoln</i> if Honest Abe shaved. A tall man with a soft voice, Bill knows how to incite passion in a crowd. In the last three and a half years, Bill has used these crowd-rousing...
Peter Rugh

The Villain from 'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Shares a Name with a Real Environmental Group

<i>Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.</i> premiered to much fanfare last night, but not everyone is excited about this new show. An environmental group called "Rising Tide" claims that ABC, Marvel, and Joss Whedon stole both their name and logo for the...
Mike Pearl
Greg Palast

Hugo Chavez Told Me He Won't Sell Oil to the Kochs

I’ve been tracking a tube of black putrid ooze, a toxic viper slowly slithering 2,000 miles across the belly of America, swallowing all water aquifers, politicians, and reason in its path. It's called the XL Keystone Pipeline.
Greg Palast