Latest “Steyer-Sponsored Hit Job” Misses the Mark

With their climate case against Keystone XL in shambles, Keystone XL opponents desperately keep changing their message, hoping something will stick.  That was on full display today when billionaire anti-Keystone XL activist Tom Steyer, who is best known for his political stunts, was called out again by numerous news outlets after he released a report […]

New Study Finds Influx of Canadian Oil Sands Hasn’t Increased GHG Emissions Intensity

IHS CERA Finds: –          The United States has increased imports of Canadian oil sands by 75% from 2005 to 2012. –          Despite the influx of Canadian oil sands, “The GHG emissions rate for the average crude oil consumed in the United States was unchanged between 2005 and 2012.” –          “45% of US oil supply falls […]

ICYMI: Colo. senators may be key to ending delay on Keystone

In Case You Missed It… Denver Post Colo. senators may be key to ending delay on Keystone By Matt Dempsey Guest Commentary The original article can be found here. A strong bipartisan effort is underway in the U.S. Senate to finally put an end to the Obama administration’s politics of delay on the Keystone XL […]

Steyer recycles ad that earned him “four Pinocchios” in latest political stunt

Billionaire anti-Keystone XL activist Tom Steyer is clearly walking back his previous threats to attack Democrats that support Keystone XL.  What he hasn’t done, however, is walk back the false claims that earned him “four Pinocchios” earlier this year from the Washington Post Fact Checker. Here’s his new ad attacking Senator Marco Rubio, which is […]

Support for Keystone XL “hits all-time high” as attendance at protests continues to dwindle

Just a handful of protesters – less than half that showed up to the Earth Day protest – gathered in front of the Lincoln Memorial today.  And what was the consensus? Well, CBC perhaps put it best saying it was a “carefully co-ordinated public relations stunt.” As the protesters were busy trying to wade in […]

Steyer says Keystone XL won’t define Obama’s climate legacy while Earth Day protest draws sparse crowd

Today is Earth Day – one of the biggest days of the year for activists across the globe, yet Keystone XL opponents were only able to draw about 60 to 70 folks to Washington DC for the Cowboy Indian Alliance protest, as Politico reported earlier today. Meanwhile we have some breaking news: as Keystone XL […]