Bold Alliance joined 30 environmental groups in a letter sent Aug. 25, 2016 urging Pres. Obama to halt construction and repeal the Army Corps of Engineers permits for the Dakota Access pipeline project.
Democratic Presidential Candidates Sign “NoKXL Pledge” to Stop the Keystone XL Pipeline on Day One if Elected
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 4, 2019 Democratic Presidential Candidates Sign “NoKXL Pledge” to Stop the Keystone XL Pipeline on Day One if Elected As candidates gear up for CNN and MSNBC Climate Forums, activists push for clarity on fossil fuel infrastructure Hastings, NE — After delivering a letter asking all of the 2020 Democratic presidential […]Read Post
Take the “NoKXL Pledge”: Democratic Candidates Urged to Pledge to Stop Keystone XL Pipeline if Elected
UPDATE: NoKXL Pledge Signers — THANK YOU! Sen. Elizabeth Warren (8/13/19) Gov. Jay Inslee (8/13/19) Sen. Bernie Sanders (8/14/19) Tom Steyer (8/15/19) Sec. Julian Castro (8/19/19) Mayor Bill de Blasio (8/19/19) Sen. Cory Booker (8/27/19) Admiral Joe Sestak (8/28/19) Mayor Pete Buttigieg (8/28/19) Sen. Kamala Harris (8/29/19) Presidential candidates are asked many questions about what […]Read Post
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 1, 2019 Conservation Groups Launch New Legal Challenges to Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Trump administration violated National Environmental Policy Act, Clean Water Act, and Endangered Species Act by approving controversial tar sands pipeline Great Falls, MT— Conservation groups filed a federal lawsuit today challenging the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ illegal […]Read Post