Keystone XL to Take Heavy Toll on Endangered Species, Report Finds

September 30, 2013 by  
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There’s no shortage of environmental concerns associated with the proposed Keystone XL pipeline . From projected annual spills of 34,000 gallons of oil to the ticking carbon bomb of 360 to 510 billion tons worth of emissions locked up in the tar sands, there’s a lot to be worried about . Now a new report from the Center for Biological Diversity has documented the threats to the animal kingdom, and finds that at least 12 threatened and endangered species along the pipeline’s route face serious harm—and even possible extinction—if Keystone XL goes ahead. Read the rest of Keystone XL to Take Heavy Toll on Endangered Species, Report Finds Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: air pollution , carbon emissions , center for biological diversity , endangered species , environmental destruction , Fish and Wildlife Service , ground disturbance , keystone xl , oil , oil spills , pipeline , pipeline spills , power lines , tar sands , threatened species , water pollution , whooping crane        

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Keystone XL to Take Heavy Toll on Endangered Species, Report Finds

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