Tag: Bold Nebraska

WATCH: Landowners Virtual Meeting on Carbon Pipelines In Nebraska

UPCOMING MEETINGS:  The Nebraska Easement Action Team (N.E.A.T.) and Bold Nebraska are hosting another round of landowner meetings, to share information and hear landowners’ concerns about eminent domain and proposed carbon pipeline projects. Meetings will be held in Wayne, Columbus, Norfolk and Grand Island, kicking off with another virtual meeting for landowners on Thursday, Feb. […]
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Top 8 Reasons to Oppose Risky Carbon Pipelines

#1: SAFETY In the event of a carbon pipeline rupture or leak, an explosive plume of CO2 gas can emerge, odorless and colorless, an asphyxiant that can suffocate all living beings, and prevent combustion vehicles like cars from starting to enable an escape to safety. At concentrations between 2-10%, CO2 can cause nausea, dizziness, headache, […]
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Landowner & Community Meetings on Carbon Pipelines: O’Neill (Feb. 1), York (Feb. 3)

At least two companies (“Summit” and “Navigator”) are currently contacting landowners in Nebraska (and other states: Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Illinois) for permission to survey their land and obtain voluntary easements for “carbon / CO2” pipelines. Register to attend: Bold Nebraska will host community meetings for impacted landowners and their neighbors in […]
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Landowners, Bold Nebraska Rejoice as TC Energy Abandons Eminent Domain Claims for Canceled Keystone XL Pipeline

Landowners, Bold Nebraska Rejoice as TC Energy Abandons Eminent Domain Claims for Terminated Keystone XL Pipeline Landowners faced continued eminent domain litigation, despite revocation of presidential permit & project’s cancellation; Bold Nebraska vows to continue fighting until all easements relinquished and land returned Hastings, NE — Bold Nebraska and allied landowners with the Nebraska Easement […]
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Stop Costco’s CAFO Chicken Factory Plant Near Raymond, Nebraska School

Give now: Your gift MATCHED to support Nebraska families’ legal fight to stop Costco’s CAFO chicken factory 1 mile from their high school — up to $5,000. UPDATE 5/28/21: Nebraska landowners who sued Costco won a victory in court, after a Lancaster County judge rejected the corporation’s permit to operate a gigantic new chicken factory […]
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2021 Eighth Annual Sacred Ponca Corn Planting in the Path of Keystone XL

Again in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, a much smaller crowd than usual gathered for this year’s eighth annual planting of sacred Ponca corn — on Ponca Nation land situated with the Tanderup farm near Neligh, Nebraska — that crosses the Ponca Trail of Tears and proposed path of the Keystone XL pipeline. Joining […]
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THANK YOU President Biden for Rejecting the Keystone XL Pipeline, Keep Being Bold

Keystone XL was the first Trump pipeline that President Biden rejected, but it should not be the last. President Biden boldly rejected KXL within a few hours of his inauguration. That was a testament to the unlikely alliance of farmers, ranchers, Tribal Nations, and climate advocates that stood together for over a decade. We now […]
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Mead Town Hall: Concerned Locals, State Environmental & Ag Groups Host Discussion on AltEn Ethanol Plant Pollution

**YouTube LiveStream Video of the Mead Town Hall will post here to this page at 7:00 p.m. on April 12** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 2, 2021 Contact: Mark Hefflinger, Bold Nebraska, mark@boldnebraska.org Mead Town Hall: Concerned Locals, State Environmental & Ag Groups Host Discussion on AltEn Ethanol Plant Pollution April 12 event at Mead Covenant […]
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Pipeline Fighters (You) Slayed the KXL Black Snake

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 […]
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Nebraska Courts Find Recent Changes to Keystone XL Pipeline Route May Require New State Approval

“There remain questions of material fact whether the condemnation actions filed herein follow the Commission’s approved Alternative Route, or whether there are substantive changes to the Alternative Route that require re-application to the Commission… Due to possibility of withdrawal of presidential approval for the TransCanada project, and in the interest of conservation of judicial resources, […]
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