Keystone

Calling the fight a civil rights issue was just wrong.

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A corporate presentation made public by WikiLeaks reveals exactly how the energy industry sees pesky climate activists: as a bunch of “radicals,” “realists,” “idealists, and “opportunists.” Also, as a real threat, judging from evidence that Canadian energy giant Suncor hired the consulting firm Strategic Forecasting, or Stratfor, to help it nip populist opposition to development Alberta, Canada’s vast oil reserves—which depends on the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline—in the bud.

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This Is What Happens When a Pipeline Bursts in Your Town

Conflicted about Keystone? Consider the horrific impact of an oil spill in Arkansas.

Here's something to keep in mind before choosing sides in the Keystone pipeline debate.

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It was overshadowed by the fatal plane crash in San Francisco, but don't be surprised if the horrific runaway train accident in eastern Quebec, where oil tanker cars derailed and exploded, killing at least five and wiping out the downtown district of the small town of Lac-Megantic, has the far greater ramifications. That's because just about everything these days that involves the transport of North American oil factors into the high-stakes debate over the Keystone XL pipeline.

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The State Department isn't as easy to influence as Congress.

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Say Yes to the Pipeline—and New Green Regulations

Why triangulation is the answer on Keystone

How to fix the messy politics of the embattled pipeline project.

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