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Pipeline Fighter Conference Call: Report

Mark Hefflinger
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Thank you to everyone who joined Bold’s Pipeline Fighter Conference Call on Thursday, July 13. Unfortunately the call service did not enable us to record the call, but highlights are below: SUBMIT A #NoKXL COMMENT TO THE PSC Submit a written comment with your concerns on KXL to the Public Service Commission. Comment submission deadline: […]
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Camping and Hotel Accommodations in Lincoln, NE

Mark Hefflinger
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The Nebraska Public Service Commission’s formal intervenor hearings on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline will run Aug. 7-11 at the Cornhusker Marriott Hotel in downtown Lincoln, NE. (The Cornhusker is sold out for the week.) Camping: Camp Away  ($35 tent camping, also RVs) Branched Oak State Recreation Area ($20 tent camping) Blue Valley Campground (Seward, NE) […]
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Groups Launch Campaign to Build Solar Inside the Keystone XL Pipeline Route

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 06, 2017 Contacts: Jane Kleeb, Bold Nebraska, 402-705-3622, jane@boldnebraska.org Mark Hefflinger, Bold Nebraska, mark@boldnebraska.org Dani Heffernan, 350.org, 305-992-1544, dani@350.org Groups Launch Campaign to Build Solar Inside the Keystone XL Pipeline Route Crowdfunding will support solar panel installations in the path of the pipeline Omaha, NE — Today, Bold Nebraska, 350.org, Indigenous […]
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SOLAR XL: Resisting Keystone XL by Building Clean Energy in the Pipeline’s Path

Thanks for your contribution to the SOLAR XL project! You’ll be receiving an email receipt for your records. Now, help spread the word: Click to tweet: “Donate to #SolarXL and help build #solar in the path of #KeystoneXL: bit.ly/solarxl #NoKXL #ActOnClimate via @BoldNebraska” Click here to share the image below on Facebook: TransCanada’s proposed Keystone […]
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SOLAR XL: Resisting Keystone XL by Building Clean Energy in the Pipeline’s Path

TransCanada’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline would carry 830,000 barrels per day of dirty tarsands oil from Canada through hundreds of American homes, farms and ranches, crossing the delicate Sandhills in Nebraska and putting at risk the critical Ogallala Aquifer and sacred Indigenous sites like the Ponca Trail of Tears. Farmers, ranchers and Indigenous peoples are […]
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ACTION: Submit a Comment on Keystone XL to the Public Service Commission

TransCanada has submitted a new application for a permit to build the Keystone XL pipeline with the Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC). The permit application process at the Public Service Commission typically takes from eight months to a year, and includes public hearings, and opportunities for public comment and for citizens to apply as official […]
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Landowners, Pipeline Fighters to Testify Keystone XL is Not in Public Interest at Hearing in O’Neill on June 7

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 5, 2017 Contact: Jane Kleeb, Bold Alliance, 402-705-3622, jane@boldnebraska.org Landowners, Pipeline Fighters to Testify Keystone XL is Not in Public Interest at Hearing in O’Neill on June 7 Press conference to precede Public Service Commission public meeting scheduled for 12:00 – 8:00 p.m. at O’Neill Community Center O’Neill, NE — Landowners […]
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Bold Alliance, Sierra Club, Ponca & Yankton Sioux Petition PSC for Keystone XL Deadline Extension

Bold Alliance has filed a motion seeking an extension of time to submit evidence to Nebraska Public Service Commission for its review of TransCanada’s permit application for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline — joined by fellow intervenors Nebraska Sierra Club, the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska, the Yankton Sioux Tribe, and the nearly 100 landowner-intervenors challenging the […]
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Farmer: TransCanada Failed to Compensate for Keystone Pipeline Spill on My Land

Thirteen months ago, a welding issue led to a leak in TransCanada’s Keystone 1 pipeline in South Dakota. Nearly 17,000 gallons of oil spilled on a family farm between Menno and Freeman. KSFY: “Do you think the $12,000 (easement payment from TransCanada) was worth it?” “No. I’d never do it again,” said South Dakota farmer Galen […]
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