Keystone XL

Keystone Oil Pipeline Protesters Demonstrate Outside Of Obama Fundraiser

Keystone Pipeline Leaks 210,000 Gallons of Oil

The spill potentially threatened a bordering Indigenous reservation.

Proposed Keystone XL Pipeline To Run From Canada To Gulf Of Mexico

Weeklong Public Hearings Begin on the Keystone XL Pipeline

A five-member state commission will decide if TransCanada’s permit should get the green light.

A solar generating station at the Nellis Air Force Base on February 16, 2016, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Activists Launch a Solar Campaign to Stop the Keystone XL Pipeline

If the idea is successful, panels would dot the route instead.  

(L-R) Samantha Jones and Tashina Red Hawk of the Sicangu Lakota Band of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe from South Dakota and Casey Camp of the Ponca Nation help raise a large tepee as part of a demonstration against the Keystone XL pipeline on April 22, 2014.

READ: In Nebraska, a Tribe Joins With Landowners to Challenge Keystone XL

The Ponca Tribe may not live on Nebraskan land anymore, but it’s still their home.

Activists hold signs as they protest in front of the White House against the Keystone XL pipeline January 13, 2015, in Washington, D.C.

Tribes Unite Across U.S. and Canada to Oppose Keystone XL in Declaration

It is intended as a message to President Donald Trump and may be sent to the United Nations.

Activists posted "No KXL" signs to ATMs inside the downtown Chase bank branch on Second Avenue in Seattle on May 8, 2017.

26 Activists Arrested in Seattle #ShutDownChase Actions

Native-led demonstrators hit 13 branches of JPMorgan Chase bank for the company’s dealings with TransCanada, the company behind the Keystone XL pipeline.

Activists protest in front of the White House against the Keystone XL pipeline January 13, 2015, in Washington, D.C.

Montana Tribes Want Keystone XL Away From Their Drinking Water

The 1,179-mile long pipeline is set to cross west of their reservation.

An activist holds a sign during a protest in front of the White House against the Keystone XL pipeline January 13, 2015, in Washington, D.C. They won that fight, but it's returned under a new administration.

Indigenous and Environmental Groups Sue Federal Government on Keystone XL

Two separate lawsuits were filed this week in Montana’s U.S. District Court.

President Donald Trump speaks about the Keystone XL decision during a National Economic Council meeting in the Oval Office at the White House March 24, 2017, in Washington, D.C.

State Department Issues Keystone XL Permit

Trump called it a “historic moment for North American and energy independence.”

A demonstrator holds an upside down American flag during a protest near the site of a fundraiser attended by former President Barack Obama on April 3, 2013, in San Francisco, California.

Keystone XL Exempt From Trump's U.S. Steel Requirement

Instead, its materials come from Italy,  India and Canada.

Fireworks fill the night sky above Oceti Sakowin Camp as activists celebrate after learning an easement had been denied for the Dakota Access Pipeline near the edge of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation on December 4, 2016, outside Cannon Ball, N.D.

Indigenous Groups Prepare to Build Spiritual Camps Along Keystone XL Route

Cheyenne River Sioux organizer Joye Braun: ”Attacks on our lands, sovereignty and health must stop.”

A creek weaves through the rolling hills of South Dakota near the land where the proposed Keystone XL pipeline would pass on October 13, 2014, south of Pierre, South Dakota. This land could be impacted by a potential future spill if the pipeline happens.

ICYMI: Iowa Pipeline Spills 138K Gallons of Diesel Fuel Mix

The accident happened roughly 200 miles northeast of where the Dakota Access Pipeline would enter Iowa from South Dakota.

Train cars sit next to miles of unused pipe (unseen), prepared for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, on October 14, 2014, outside Gascoyne, North Dakota.

Keystone XL Moving Forward As Company Applies for Essential Permit

TransCanada submitted its application for a presidential permit, one which the last administration denied.

Greenpeace activists deploy a banner on a construction crane near the White House reading "RESIST" on President Donald Trump's fifth day in office, January 25, 2017.

Activists in U.S. Cities Respond to Trump's Pipeline Orders

From Los Angeles to Washington, D.C., people hit the streets to denounce the administration’s decisions.

President Donald Trump signs one of five executive orders related to the oil pipeline industry in the Oval Office of the White House January 24, 2017, in Washington, D.C.

Trump Signs Executive Orders to Advance Keystone XL and Dakota Access Pipelines

He is certain to face opposition from environmentalists, tribes and landowners.

Train cars sit next to miles of unused pipe, prepared for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, on October 14, 2014, outside Gascoyne, North Dakota. President Barack Obama rejected the pipeline in 2015, but president-elect Donald Trump wants to revive it.

How the Prospects for Environmental Justice Look Under Donald Trump

The president-elect plans to revive the Keystone XL pipeline, increase coal production and cancel the Paris Agreement. 

Neither Hillary Nor Bernie Won the Democratic Presidential Debate. We Did.

From the DREAMers to Black Lives Matter, our modern social movements for racial, economic and climate justice are shaping American presidential politics in previously unheard-of ways.  

G.O.P. Takes the Senate--and a Lot More

Dems lost big in Senate, House and governors’ races.

Keystone XL Sorta, Kinda Has a Job for You

But it’s not quite what you think.

Will the Keystone XL Pipeline Produce Good Jobs? [Infographic]

Support for the Keystone XL oil pipeline is growing among Congressional Republicans, Democrats and organized labor. But what will the controversial project actually do for the areas that it would cross?