This guest post comes from Greg Laden.
I was distressed to find many people who are essentially pro-environment and who generally understand climate change science being less than terribly shocked about the prospect of the Keystone XL pipeline being built. Then I began to realize that many people don’t realize the order of magnitude of the problem. I’m writing a blog post about this …, but in the mean time I want to provide a list of handy dandy reliable and helpful sources of information about the pipeline and related issues.
- Keystone XL decision will define Barack Obama’s legacy on climate change
- An Updated Look at What Keystone XL and Alberta Tar Sands Mean for the Climate
- Keystone XL: Why not?
- STUDY: The Press And The Pipeline
- Why not Keystone XL. Clear reasons why Keystone XL is not in the U.S. national interest
- 5 Myths About Keystone XL, Debunked
- Debunking Nature’s arguments for Keystone
- The Keystone XL Pipeline: Red herring, symbol, or a piece of a puzzle?
- Joe Romm on Climate, Obama, Keystone, and Consequences
- New video explains the climate threat from the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline
- New Analysis Shows Simple Math: Keystone XL Pipeline = Tar Sands Expansion = Climate Change