Tag: Keystone XL

Take Action: Pipeline Call-In

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Help us log 200 calls on April 14th! On April 14, activists across the state will call their state senators and Gov. Heineman, demanding that the our state government protect our land and water from oil pipelines.  We’ve got everything you need to call your state senator in one convenient place.  Simply enter your address […]
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NY Times Editorial, Letters to Obama and Clinton and More on Pipeline

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The NY Times joined the movement of citizens, experts and opinion leaders saying “no” to the TransCanada risky pipeline.  Other key developments happening include: –Letter to President Obama and Sec. Clinton from landowners, in all the states the pipeline could potentially cross, urging him and Sec. Clinton to deny TransCanada’s permit request to cross the US/Canadian […]
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(Updated) Unearthed Federal Memo Confirms State Can Regulate Oil Pipelines

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Today Nebraska groups presented members of the press community with a recently uncovered memo that proves, yet again, Nebraska does indeed have a role, right and duty to decide on oil pipeline routes, eminent domain and several other aspects of oil pipelines.   Nebraska elected officials have had this memo, and this proof of the […]
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Farmers and the Pipeline

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Earlier this month, I went to Washington, DC with 11 other fellow Nebraskans, including 4 members of the Nebraska Farmers Union.  We went to our nation’s capitol to ensure our members of Congress, the EPA and the Department of State clearly heard our concerns on TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline Project. One of the reasons I’m […]
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Nelson Reacts to Pipeline News

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Senator Ben Nelson released the following statement this morning after the State Dept. announced that it is demanding a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) be performed on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.  Bold Nebraska applauds this decision after the first EIS was deemed inadequate by the EPA and many non-profits.  We also thank leaders like […]
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Press Release: State Dept. Calls for More Pipeline Studies

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State Department Issues Statement on New Supplemental Study:Groups Call on Elected Leaders to Take Immediate Action to Protect Land and Water Who: Nebraska Sierra Club, Bold Nebraska, Nebraska Wildlife Federation, Nebraska Green Party, 350.org, Nebraskans for Peace, Guardians of the Good Life When: Wed, March 16th, 2:30pm Where: Capitol Rotunda Background: Groups will stand as one voice at a […]
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Elected Officials Side with Foreign Company Instead of Nebraskans

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State Senator Kate Sullivan is one of three brave elected officials who introduced common sense legislation that would provide safety regulations around oil pipelines.  Currently, Nebraska has NO state agency to regulate oil pipelines; no safety regulations in place; nothing to say where a pipeline can and cannot be placed; nothing to protect landowners from […]
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Press Release: DC Lobbying Trip Success

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A diverse contingent returned to Nebraska yesterday after lobbying their Congressional delegation, the EPA and the State Department to protect the Ogallala Aquifer.  At each meeting, the group asked for the Keystone XL pipeline to have a supplemental environmental impact statement (EIS) and for consideration of an alternate pipeline route that avoids the Nebraska Sandhills. […]
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Press Release: NE Delegation to DC

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The Nebraska Sierra Club, Nebraska Wildlife Federation and Bold Nebraska today announced the delegation of Nebraskans traveling to Washington, DC to express their concerns about TransCanada’s proposed tar sands pipeline to members of Nebraska’s Congressional Delegation, the EPA and the State Department. “I have heard many advocates and landowners stories and the words that best […]
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New Tar Sands Oil Products Increase Likelihood of Spills

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This is a copy of a national press release sent out to highlight a new report exploring the dangers of tar sands oil in pipelines compared to standard crude oil. A report released today highlights the elevated risk of pipeline spills throughout the nation as a result of new corrosive oil products being increasingly delivered […]
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