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Tom Steyer To Secretary Of State Kerry: New Review Necessary Of "Defective" Keystone XL Environmental Assessment

The review, argues Steyer, “has suffered from a process that raises serious questions about the integrity of the document.”
Tom Steyer To Secretary Of State Kerry: New Review Necessary Of "Defective" Keystone XL Environmental Assessment

Via Desmogblog:

Thu, 2014-02-06 11:00Ben Jervey

With the State Department’s release of the final Keystone XL environmental review, attention is being refocused on apparent conflicts of interest within both the State Department itself and the consultancy hired to conduct the review.

Upon the release of the review – which is formally called the final supplemental environmental impact statement (or FSEIS) – Tom Steyer of NextGen Climate urged Secretary of State John Kerry to begin a formal review of the “defective” environmental analysis. In his February 2 letter to Secretary Kerry, Steyer writes that “It...

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