31 Jan '14, 3pm

From @350: With New Pipeline Review Expected, President Obama Has All He Needs to Reject Keystone XL:

Rumors are swirling in Washington and throughout the internet this morning that the State Department is expected to release it’s Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) on the Keystone XL pipeline. This is by no means the final word on Keystone XL, but the flick of a finger that starts the dominoes falling towards an ultimate decision. The release of the FEIS signals the beginning of a National Interest Determination period which will last at least 90 days, including opportunities for public comments according to the state department. But don’t let the convoluted process fool you: this is President Obama’s decision and his alone–and he has all the information he needs to reject the Keystone XL pipeline. The President has already laid out a climate test for Keystone XL, that it can’t significantly increase greenhouse gas emissions. It’s clear that Keystone XL fails that...

Full article: http://350.org/kxl-feis/

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