• August 31, 2011
    By Deirdre Fulton

    In this week's Going Green column, I talk to political and environtmental consultant Glenn Hurowitz (for whom I served as a research assistant in 2006-2007) about the Keystone XL pipeline -- aka the story that's not getting enough attention.

    I had to cut the Q&A for space reasons in the paper, but I think Hurowitz's points are important enough to be printed in full here on the blog.

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