Hillary Clinton finally reveals her opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline

September 23, 2015 by  
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At an event in Iowa this week, presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton finally shed some light on her feelings about a controversial environmental issue: the Keystone XL pipeline . The proposed project would see a massive pipeline leading from the Alberta tar sands in Canada south to the Gulf of Mexico, and critics have grave concerns about the environmental impact of such an enormous pipeline. For the first time, Clinton revealed that she is opposed to the project , saying it would distract from the fight against climate change. Read the rest of Hillary Clinton finally reveals her opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline

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Oversized wooden megaphones in Estonia amplify the sounds of the forest

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Jeb Bush meets with coal industry barons in private, press-free forum

June 1, 2015 by  
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Likely Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is meeting with coal bigwigs this week in a closed forum where he will deliver the keynote speech and meet with potential donors. The Coal & Investment Leadership Forum in Bristol, Virginia is off-limits to the press, but the invite-only, $7,500-per-ticket event gathers key figures in the fossil-fuel industry and grants them intimate access to the presidential hopeful. Started on Sunday and continuing through Tuesday, the Forum comes at a key moment for both Bush, who hopes to break through in a historically crowded Republican primary , and the coal industry, which is facing its biggest challenge yet from the Obama Administration. Read the rest of Jeb Bush meets with coal industry barons in private, press-free forum Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 2016 election , big coal , Climate Change , coal , coal industry , fossil fuel industry , fossil fuels , gop , jeb bush , politics , Republican Party , republican primary

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