Obama’s climate commitment faces early test as Keystone decision looms

BusinessGreen: President Obama will face an early test of his renewed commitment to action on climate change, after Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman approved controversial plans for the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. The plans still need to be approved by the State Department and a spokeswoman told the Reuters news agency that its review of the proposals would not be completed before the end of March, giving the President some breathing room. But observers are predicting the State Department is likely to......

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