Friday, March 01, 2013

Keystone pipeline passes environmental review: It's the [CO2-induced] end of the world as the Sierra Club knows it, and I feel fine

Keystone XL pipeline would have little impact on climate change, State Department analysis says - The Washington Post
The State Department released a draft environmental impact assessment of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline Friday afternoon, suggesting the project would have little impact on climate change.
Live Blogging the Keystone XL Environmental Assessment Release | DeSmogBlog
Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune just released the following reaction in a press release just sent out:

"The Sierra Club is outraged by the State Department’s deeply flawed analysis today and what can only be interpreted as lip service to one of the greatest threats to our children’s future: climate disruption..."
Twitter / morningmoneyben: Wow putting out that State ...
eclaring Keystone environmentally sound late Friday aft of #sequester day seems pretty gutless
Twitter / Chris_C_Horner: KXL passes enviro rvw #...? ...
KXL passes enviro rvw #...? Another Friday afternoon, another in a series of unrelated isolated inconvenient releases by Team Transparency

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Sierra Club has also declared nuclear power as "inherently dangerous." Apparently "inherently"
is an inexact term.