environmental impact statement

Keystone XL Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement: GHG Analysis & Next Steps

February 22, 2014 by James Coleman

On January 31, the United States State Department issued its Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on the Keystone XL pipeline, which is designed to transport oil sands bitumen from Hardisty, Alberta to Steele City, Nebraska.[read more]

Keystone XL: State Dept. Finds No Significant Environmental Impacts

March 3, 2013 by Mark Green

The Keystone XL pipeline now is four-for-four – that is, four environmental impact assessments by the State Department and four findings that the project wouldn’t have significant impacts.[read more]

NRC and Army Corps of Engineers Joint Public Meeting - Draft Environmental Impact Statement for Calvert Cliffs Unit 3

May 26, 2010 by Rod Adams

On May 25, 2010, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Army Corps of Engineers held a joint public meeting/hearing to present their initial recommendation and solicit public comments following their release of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement on a proposed Calvert Cliffs Unit 3. The EIS project has been underway for two full...[read more]

Bellefonte-1 Moving Forward

May 25, 2010 by Charles Barton

Both WBIR TV, the Knoxville News Sentinal and Dan Yurman of Idaho Samizdat are all reporting, based on a newly released Environmental impact statement that TVA is moving toward a decision to complete the long delayed Bellefonte-1 nuclear unit. TVA plans to complete work on its Watts Bar Unit 2 nuclear plant in 2013, and it is quite...[read more]

The Real Gulf Behind the Oil Disaster

May 10, 2010 by Osha Davidson

If you had been tracking the course of the BP-Deepwater Horizon oil gusher, or listening to media coverage about areas that were potentially threatened by the massive amounts of oil floating in the Gulf, you may have thought that experts knew where it’s likely to hit land. In a general sense, at least. That was never true. But it seemed...[read more]