October 24, 2011

Despite Valid Concerns, Bam Must Say Yes to Keystone

Editorial, Dallas Morning News


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In a perfect world, the U.S., China and other leading energy consumers would move with great determination toward cleaner, renewable sources and away from oil and coal. The world, as we know, is far from perfect. This newspaper has prodded for the larger goal while also recognizing the nearer-term need to transition into it. . .

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