Steven M Anderson, senior military logistician in Iraq from 2006-2007, says the US' oil addiction is the greatest national security threat -- and building Keystone XL will just keep the nation addicted.
Anti-fracking and tar sands activists, many of them self-described as organizers for Barack Obama in his first presidential campaign, are taking the President to task over his campaign promises about ending the tyranny of fossil fuels.
A quick glance at the Board of Directors of Brookfield Asset Management, the company managing the private-public park being used as the Occupy Wall Street base, shows they have extensive ties to the oil, gas, and tar sands industry.
A new report by the Cornell University Global Labor Institute echoes what opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline have been saying on jobs and energy security: The jobs claims are overstated and the energy security arguments
History is being made right now in Ottawa, Canada as hundreds of people from across North America are risking arrest on Parliament Hill during a mass civil disobedience sit-in to protest tar sands development. The people will come in waves of 20 to
Those clever shills for the tar sands industry, EthicalOil.org, have been running ads on the Oprah Winfrey Show and other networks that claim that by buying Saudi oil, "We've bankrolled a state that doesn't allow women to drive and that doesn't allow
Where will you be on Sunday, Sept. 26? If you're anywhere near Ottawa, you might consider coming to the Ottawa Action, a peaceful civil disobedience about the tar sands planned by the Council of Canadians, Greenpeace Canada,
As protesters continue their civil disobedience outside the White House (pictured above), and getting arrested by the score each day, the State Department has taken a further step towards approving the
Patricia Warwick, in red, being handcuffed. Images credit Tar Sands Action
Canadian activist Patricia Warwick fights climate change at Climate Action Now and went to Washington for the Keystone XL protest. She tells TreeHugger about her experience in