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CLAIM: The New Yorker claims that protests against
the Keystone XL pipeline have been successful
in protecting the environment:
The Keystone fight was successful in stopping that
pipeline, at least so far. … The delay has been very useful: it has meant
eight hundred thousand barrels a day of the dirtiest oil on earth not flowing
down through Nebraska.
Refusing to build the Keystone XL pipeline will do absolutely
nothing to protect the environment or reduce the demand for oil. In fact, it
will make transporting the oil that is taken from the ground more …
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CLAIM: The Houston Chronicle today reported environmental groups have employed yet another tactic in their attempts to stop construction of Commonwealth LNG’s proposed export facility in Cameron, Louisiana:
Environmentalists plan to sue the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to protect a rare marsh bird whose coastal habitat is being lost to urbanization, agriculture, climate change and some say, the liquefied natural gas industry.
The Arizona-based Center For Biological Diversity and the New Orleans environmental group Healthy Gulf plan to sue the agency and U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt to protect the eastern black rail, a shy marsh bird that can