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Why the Keystone XL Veto Is Such a Huge Victory for Climate Advocates

Yesterday, President Obama took the historic step of vetoing legislation that would have approved the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. This is important news for many reasons: it reinforces the President’s commitment to clean energy and his support of climate science. It shows his ability to resist a powerful lobby, and stand up for the health […]

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7 Tips for Building a Successful Climate Movement

Earlier this year, an unlikely alliance of cowboys, ranchers, and environmentalists came together to rally against the Keystone XL pipeline. The rally, called “Reject and Protect,” drew thousands of people from across the country in Washington, D.C. to encourage President Obama not to approve the pipeline. In this recent blog post, Climate Access staff members […]

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Americans on Energy: Awareness and Attitudes Mixed

Pew Research Center’s new poll brings forth a variety of findings on American awareness and attitudes on energy.  While American interest in energy policy has fallen overall in the last year, there have been shifts in sentiment on specific energy options.      The attitudes are a mixed bag: support for the Keystone pipeline remains […]

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