NRDC Expert Blog
Today, one the world’s richest countries asserted that it cannot afford the transition to a low carbon economy without further expanding its production of the world’s dirtiest oil. Oh, Canada.
Today, in the U.S. District Court for the District of Montana, NRDC and its environmental co-plaintiffs argued that the Trump administration’s rubber-stamp approval of the cross-border permit for the proposed Keystone XL tar sands pipeline violated federal law.
Another proposed tar sands pipeline has hit a snag following a judge’s ruling rejecting Enbridge’s—its builder—preferred route thr
This post was written by Jennifer Skene, Law and Policy Consultant for NRDC
In a letter sent to British Columbia’s Premier John Horgan this morning, eight environmental and conservation organizations express their support for his government’s common sense, science-based approach to confronting potential new threats cre
For those keeping track at home, TransCanada, the company behind the proposed Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, has now missed its target for committing to bu