One way or another, oil from Canada's far northern areas will be sent
to market. Until pipeline gets built, the oil will be transported
by rail cars to refineries & to market. Any environmental
concerns have been alleviated with the 11-volume report. Get this built to bring jobs to America.
One way or another, oil from Canada's far northern areas will be sent to market. Until the pipeline gets built, the oil will be transported by rail cars to refineries and then to market. Any environmental concerns have been alleviated with the 11-volume report. Let's get this thing built to bring thousands of jobs to America.
Every environmental disaster that has taken place has been preceded with various kinds of reports assuring us that whatever it was being undertaken was safe for humans and for the environment. How many times have we been promised "clean coal" only to find that when the chemicals for washing the coal leach into the water, the water can't be drunk. Or fracking is supposed to be safe, but now there are earthquakes happening. The best guess of some experts is that the Keystone Pipeline is safe, but that's only a guess. The pipeline should not be built.
I do not think the Keystone Pipeline should be built. Even though the environmental study report has said the impacts will be minimal there are still going to be negative consequences. There is always a risk that the pipeline will break or some other unexpected accident. It is not worth the risk when the pipeline stretches all the Way from Canada down through the United States. Also the gain of jobs is quite small, not making the economic gain outweigh the environmental risk.
No they shouldn't all the Government does it tell the minions what they want to hear and hide the real facts of what could really happen to the environment. Look at what is going on in the world now. People are getting sick all over the place because they didn't research the effects of oil spills in the past.