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Bold Nebraska, Nebraska Biofuels Advocates Travel to KC for EPA Hearing on Renewable Fuels Standard

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Bold Nebraska, Nebraska Biofuels Advocates Travel to KC for EPA Hearing on Renewable Fuels Standard Farmers, biofuels co-op owners slated to testify in support of raising biofuels limits at Thursday’s hearing Omaha — Bold Nebraska and Nebraskans who advocate in favor of more biofuels are traveling to Kansas City, KS to testify at Thursday’s Environmental... Read More

2015 Bold Nebraska Supporter Survey Results

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The 2015 Bold Nebraska Supporter Survey was conducted online and at local events during May-June. Survey respondents within Nebraska and out-of-state were asked a series of questions about which direction and what issues Bold Nebraska should take on after Keystone XL, voted on their top priorities from a list of options, and provided written feedback. View the survey questions online... Read More

Bold Nebraska Joins 63 Groups in Urging President Obama to Reject Enbridge’s Illegal Alberta Clipper Tar Sands Scheme

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Bold Nebraska signed on to a letter sent to Pres. Obama by 63 regional, national and local groups demanding a full environmental review of the proposed Alberta Clipper tarsands pipeline expansion. For Immediate Release: June 18, 2015 Contact: Mark Westlund, mark.westlund@sierraclub.org, 415-977-5719 Andy Pearson, andy@mn350.org, 612-600-5951 Dallas Goldtooth, goldtoothdallas@gmail.com, 507-412-7609 David Turnbull, david@priceofoil.org, 202-316-3499 Kendall... Read More

Join Bold Nebraska in Kansas City for EPA Hearing on Renewable Fuels Standard

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is holding the only hearing on the (almost) final rule of the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS) on Thursday, June 25 in Kansas City, Kansas. There are buses coming from various locations in Nebraska and other states. If you want to attend the hearing, please complete the form below and we... Read More

Nebraska Faith Leaders, Environmental Groups Applaud Pope Francis’ Encyclical Calling for Action to Address Climate Change

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Click the link below to listen to a recording of today’s press call:   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, June 16, 2015 Contact: Kim Morrow, 402-405-9425, kim@nebraskaipl.org Dr. Richard Miller, 402-280-3618, richardmiller@creighton.edu Dennis Hamm, S.J., 402-280-3061, dhamm@creighton.edu Ven. Betsy Blake Bennett, 402-469-0133, deaconbetsy@windstream.net Ken Winston, 402-212-3737, kwinston@inebraska.com Jane Kleeb, 402-705-3622, jane@boldnebraska.org   Nebraska Faith Leaders, Environmental Groups Applaud Pope Francis’ Encyclical Calling for Action to Address Climate Change Press call... Read More

July 27: Stand With Landowners at Eminent Domain Court Hearings

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Join us on Monday, July 27 to stand alongside landowners in Holt and York counties who will be in court battling against eminent domain and TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline. This is the case that has stopped Keystone XL in its tracks in Nebraska, and will have wide-ranging ramifications not just for KXL but all oil... Read More

American Medical Association Calls for Public Disclosure of Fracking Chemicals

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The American Medical Association, the largest U.S. association of physicians with over 210,000 members, this week called for full public disclosure of the toxic mix of chemicals used in the process of fracking. From the AMA website: Concerned about the inability to effectively monitor and track possible long term public health and environmental changes associated... Read More

Nebraska Sierra Club’s Ken Winston: Update on Fracking Waste

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END OF SESSION UPDATE ON FRACKING WASTE June 5, 2015 By Ken Winston, Nebraska Sierra Club Policy Advocate When I first heard that an out of state company was planning to dump fracking waste in an abandoned oil well in Western Nebraska, I knew that it was an important issue, one that needed greater public... Read More


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