Pressure is on Kerry as Keystone pipeline decision nears

Washington Post: "This is the gut-check moment,' Bill McKibben, co-founder of, said during a telephone news conference held Friday afternoon by some of Keystone's most prominent foes in the environmental movement. That means that neither side intends to ease up on Kerry, who has spent his career battling climate change. The 1,179-mile northern leg of the pipeline has become the most visible symbol of human-induced global warming that environmental activists are fighting, and they have promised to redouble......

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