The E.P.A.’s Keystone report card

New York Times: In the bland, formal language of interagency correspondence, the Environmental Protection Agency has written a trenchant review of the State Department’s most recent effort to assess the consequences of building the Keystone XL pipeline. The E.P.A’.s letter, issued Monday, at the end of the public comment period on the department’s latest draft environmental impact statement, is hardly a favorable report card. The letter commends the State Department for inching slowly toward an understanding of......

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