Wednesday Aug 13
Great Bend Tribune
Keystone XL could mean more carbon emissions than es...
WASHINGTON Building the Keystone XL pipeline could lead to as much as four times more greenhouse gas emissions than the State Department has estimated, according to a study published in the journal Nature Climate Change that uses different calculations about oil consumption.
St. Petersburg Times
1 dead, 1 hurt in shooting near French Quarter
A 20-year-old man shot and seriously wounded a friend Sunday, then killed himself in a hotel at the edge of New Orleans' French Quarter after a three-hour standoff with police, authorities said.
Study reveals Keystone XL pipeline will produce more greenhouse gas
A new study indicates that the Keystone XL pipeline will produce more greenhouse gas and emit more carbon to enhance global warming.
My Turn: Time to move forward on Keystone XL Pipeline
Most Americans know the story of the pipeline. The Keystone XL Pipeline Project is a proposed 1,179-mile, 36-inch-diameter crude oil pipeline, beginning in Hardisty, Alberta, Canada, and extending south to Steele City, Neb.
Canada's U.S. ambassador says Keystone pipeline makes economic, environmental sense
United States ambassador to Canada Bruce Heyman had little to say Tuesday about a possible decision on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline project, but that didn't stop Canada's U.S. ambassador from bluntly stating there's no proof that the pipeline shouldn't be built.