Bold Alliance joined 30 environmental groups in a letter sent Aug. 25, 2016 urging Pres. Obama to halt construction and repeal the Army Corps of Engineers permits for the Dakota Access pipeline project.
President Joe Biden kept his promise to Pipeline Fighters in Nebraska, when he revoked the Keystone XL pipeline permit on day one in office. President Biden is sticking to his “NoKXL Pledge” campaign commitment — in his first conversation with a foreign leader, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Biden’s revoking of the Keystone XL permit […]Read Post
Bold Alliance Leads New Federal Challenge to Keystone XL Over Faulty Review by BLM Construction through water crossings remains blocked; groups challenge approval for construction on federal land based on insufficient reviews Great Falls, MT — Conservation and landowner groups filed a new lawsuit today challenging the Trump administration’s approval of the Keystone XL tar […]Read Post
In Yet Another Blow to Keystone XL, Supreme Court Rejects Bid to Revive Key Water Crossing Permit Court Rejects Push from Trump Admin to Allow Construction of Keystone XL Through Waterways Amid Appeal Washington, DC — Today, the United States Supreme Court declined a request from TC Energy and the Trump administration to allow Keystone […]Read Post