Bold Nebraska director Jane Kleeb appeared on MSNBC’s “The Ed Show” on Friday, August 1 to discuss Enbridge’s proposed Sandpiper Pipeline, which would run through wild rice fields, cross 28 waterways with no road access, and violate tribal treaty rights in Minnesota.
CNN is hosting a seven-hour live “Climate Crisis Town Hall” (Sept. 4, 4-11pm CT) that will feature interviews with ten of the top Democratic contenders — including a notable few who have not yet signed the NoKXL Pledge: Vice President Joe Biden, interviewed by Anderson Cooper at 7pm CT. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, interviewed by Erin […]Read Post
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
The Nebraska Supreme Court just announced that it will issue its decision on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline route tomorrow morning, Friday, August 23. Shortly after the decision is announced, Bold Nebraska’s Jane Kleeb will host a Facebook Live video update responding to the Court’s decision, which will be broadcast from this Facebook event page. […]Read Post