Obama rejects Keystone pipeline after seven-year battle

The US president’s decision to veto a politically divisive, carbon-intensive project will bolster his country’s efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions

by Paul Hatchwell
A massive campaign over seven years, change of government in Canada and CoP21 were major factors in the rejection of Keystone XL (photograph: 350.org/Flckr)
A massive campaign over seven years, change of government in Canada and CoP21 were major factors in the rejection of Keystone XL (photograph: 350.org/Flckr)

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