Keystone XL approval would be Barack Obama’s ‘biggest environmental failure’

Guardian: Allowing the construction of a 1,711-mile pipeline carrying oil from Canada's tar sand fields to the Gulf of Mexico would be the biggest environmental failure of Barack Obama's presidency, according to leading US environmental activist Bill McKibben. In an interview with the Guardian ahead of his keynote speech at this weekend's Schumacher conference in Bristol, McKibben said giving the green light to the Keystone XL pipeline would be a bigger personal mistake than Obama's efforts at the doomed......

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