The US State Department environmental assessment has identified an oil spill as the most likely threat the Keystone XL Pipeline presents to the environment.
Oil Spills Are Keystone XL’s Greatest Threat To Environment, Limited US State Department Report Concludes
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February 3, 2014

Via Clean Technica:

Again, before reading this article, be sure to read yesterday’s CleanTechnica piece discussing how limited the State Department was in it evaluation of the Keystone XL.

Originally published on Reviving Gaia:

The US State Department environmental assessment has identified an oil spill as the most likely threat the Keystone XL Pipeline presents to the environment. The report relies upon a Canadian Government study for its analysis of environmental impacts North of the border. The US segment of the pipeline is expected to have CO2 emissions – from “fuel use in construction vehicle...

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