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Omaha World-Herald: Jane Kleeb’s Nebraska group launches new clean energy model fueled by $3 million grant

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Omaha World-Herald: Jane Kleeb’s Nebraska group launches new clean energy model fueled by $3 million grant Julie Anderson, July 2, 2024 “A Nebraska group that got its start organizing rural alliances to fight oil pipelines now is seeking to forge similar partnerships to catalyze renewable energy projects — and harvest the economic benefits that can […]
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Understanding the New Tallgrass Carbon Pipeline Community Benefits Agreement

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Tallgrass Energy recently received permission from the federal government to convert its existing Trailblazer pipeline, which currently carries methane gas across Nebraska, Colorado and Wyoming, into a carbon dioxide (CO2) pipeline. A Community Benefits Agreement has been announced between the company Tallgrass and Bold Nebraska, also earning the support of local community groups Renewable Fuels […]
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Press release: Jane Kleeb Receives 2023 Climate Breakthrough Award to Pursue Transformative Climate Action

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Nov, 1, 2023 JANE KLEEB RECEIVES 2023 CLIMATE BREAKTHROUGH AWARD TO PURSUE TRANSFORMATIVE CLIMATE ACTION SAN FRANCISCO, NOVEMBER 1, 2023 — Jane Kleeb of the United States has been named as a recipient of the 2023 Climate Breakthrough Award, the largest climate funding for individuals, award organizer and global philanthropy Climate Breakthrough […]
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Bold Founder Jane Kleeb Receives 2023 Climate Breakthrough Award

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Congrats to our Bold Founder Jane Kleeb for being named a recipient of the 2023 Climate Breakthrough Award, the largest global climate funding award for individuals. With this award, Jane is creating a new project called Energy Builders that will focus on a new economic model around clean energy in rural communities. For too long climate action […]
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NEW NYT AD: Pipeline Fighters Thank President Biden for Rejecting Keystone XL, Ask Him to Keep Going, Reject All Trump Pipelines

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 22, 2021 Contact: Jane Kleeb, Bold Nebraska, jane@boldnebraska.org NEW NYT AD: Pipeline Fighters Thank President Biden for Rejecting Keystone XL, Ask Him to Keep Going, Reject All Trump Pipelines Farmers, Ranchers and Tribal Nations threatened by KXL applaud President Biden basing his decision on science, honoring treaties, respecting property rights and […]
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Register: Nov. 16 Meeting in Norfolk

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Landowners’ attorney Brian Jorde with Domina Law Group will provide a legal update, and answer questions from landowners who were recently served eminent domain condemnation lawsuits from TransCanada. Bold’s Jane Kleeb and Tom Genung from the Nebraska Easement Action Team (NEAT) will also discuss the State Department’s new draft Environmental Impact Statement for KXL, and […]
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Jeanne Crumly: Keystone XL Just Sued my Family to Take Our Land

You may have already heard, but TransCanada just filed new eminent domain claims in court against 90 Nebraska family farmers and ranchers — including my family — who refuse to give up our land for this foreign corporation’s Keystone XL tarsands export pipeline. [1] TransCanada has been bullying my family and other Nebraska landowners for […]
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CANCELLED: Nov.2 Ponca Sacred Corn Harvest

CANCELLED: Update Oct. 25th: We’re sorry to announce we must cancel this year’s Harvest of Sacred Ponca Corn event scheduled for next Saturday, Nov. 2nd. Due to climate-impacted Nebraska weather this year, the corn yield was extremely small. We’re all sad to miss our annual tradition and coming together on the Tanderup farm this fall. […]
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A Bold Candidate: Christa Yoakum for Nebraska Public Service Commission

(Written by Lincoln resident Mary Anne Andrei) Back when smaller was better, Christa Yoakum spent her childhood days at a one-room, white clapboard schoolhouse on Haines Branch, a tributary of Salt Creek that winds through prairie and farmland just outside of Lincoln. She remembers science classes spent wading into the water to explore its aquatic […]
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