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John Vaillant on the Keystone Pipeline
Canada has the potential to lead the world in renewable energy—if only the government will listen
Lena Moffitt on the Keystone Pipeline
Putting pipelines through sensitive ecosystems has led to catastrophic oil leaks before. The threat from Keystone is no different.
Blocking the Pipeline Won’t Hinder Global Warming
Climate change and the global demand for oil will persist whether or not Keystone is built
James W. Goeke on the Keystone Pipeline
A hydrologist lays out why Great Plains groundwater is safe from possible leaks in the pipeline
Bill McKibben on the Keystone Pipeline
Research continues to reinforce long-standing claims that tapping Canada’s tar sands will push global temperatures to scary heights
What To Expect From The Keystone Debate in 2015
After 6 years mired in political turmoil, the controversial pipeline proposal could be concluded this year.
Hint: Horses and Big Air Make a Killer MTB Film
In Mind the Gap: The Making of unReal Episode 1, we follow mountain bikers Brett Rheeder, Tom van Steenbergen and Cam McCaul to Turtle Ranch in Dubois, Wyoming. The concept for this shoot was fairly...
Jimmy Chin on His 'Anti-Everest' Saga
Jimmy Chin’s documentary on scaling the Shark’s Fin may be the best climbing movie of the year—only it’s not really about the climb.
How Green Is My Polder
With their nifty new windmills, tidy techno-homes, and enviro-crusading queen, the Dutch are busy creating the cutest little ecotopia on earth—while stoking a booming hypercapitalist economy....