Keystone and climate

The Keystone XL pipeline border crossing will not receive the approval it needs from the Executive Branch of the US government. This kick to the economic shins of two great nations, more probable now than ever despite a bipartisan vote for approval June 18 in the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, provides important context to pronouncements on climate change by President Barack Obama. In the Obama administration, climate change extremism dominates decision-making on energy. Strong evidence of this is the Natural Resources Defense Council's influence in the Environmental Protection Agency's June 2 proposal to slash carbon dioxide emissions of existing power plants. The NRDC es...

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