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2.13 MB) | JAVAFor indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis, the election, and more, subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter. There are all kinds of legal shenanigans when it comes to the Keystone pipeline. But after a two-year review that didn’t meet the standard set by the law, the Obama administration is still standing behind the pipeline. And even if the State Department is correct in saying that the pipeline poses no significant threat to the environment, the State Department’s internal report on the pipeline contains some eye-opening information, including details of some of the pipeline’s most expensive and controversial mistakes. The State Department concluded its review with a finding that the pipeline was unlikely to pose a significant threat to the environment, despite criticism from environmentalists who found problems with the State Department’s methodology, including how the report failed to account for the pipeline’s impact on Native American tribes and the Great Plains and how it focused on impacts that were remote and unlikely to be realized. The report on the pipeline, signed off by then-Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs William H. Timmons Jr. on July 21, 2009, and its conclusions about the impact of the Keystone pipeline were obtained by the Center for American Progress Action Fund under the Freedom of Information Act. The report found a wide range of problems with the Keystone XL pipeline, including its impact on the Great Plains, Native Americans, endangered species, and coastal areas. The report found a wide range of problems with the pipeline, including its impact on the Great Plains, Native Americans, endangered species, and coastal areas. The report concluded that the pipeline would affect a relatively small area in Nebraska’s Sandhills, including “up to 18 large reservoirs,” and that the project would “have an impact on non-attainment areas, agricultural lands, and oil and gas production areas.” But the report also noted that, for the most part, these impacts were likely to be far off in the future. According to the report, the impacts of the pipeline would be felt in Nebraska and Kansas, with the pipeline crossing an aquifer under Nebraska and an area that was likely to become a berm because of the project. But impacts to Nebraska and Kansas are likely to occur in the distant future—up to 100 years from now—and could be mitigated through a variety of safeguards.

 

 

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