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Keystone Fight Continues as Obama Administration Touts Need for Energy Policy
Stefanie Penn Spear
Founder and CEO of EcoWatch
With the decision to deny the pipeline permit, it was fitting that Secretary of Energy Steven Chu spoke of Obama's plan to reduce oil imports by one-third by 2025, modernize the electric grid, support fuel-efficient vehicles, and invest in renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Obama 'Takes Stand,' Rules Against the Keystone XL Pipeline
Dean, Duke University's Nicholas School of the Environment
Both sides are hyping the presidential decision as pivotal, with Bill McKibben hailing it as "a brave decision" and Jack Gerard characterizing it as "a clear abdication of presidential leadership." Let's try to deconstruct the hype to assess what the decision really means.
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