EU climate chief: Obama would send ‘strong signal’ by nixing Keystone

The Hill: The European Union’s climate minister said Thursday that White House rejection of the proposed Keystone XL oil sands pipeline would be an “extremely strong signal” of the Obama administration’s second-term intent to confront global warming. “If you had a U.S. administration that would avoid doing something that they could do, with the argument that in the time we are living in, with the climate change we are faced with, we should not do everything we can do, then I think it would be a very, very......

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