The latest from Prime Minister Trudeau is that all new fossil fuel infrastructure - pipelines and and a LNG terminal - will have to pass the climate test.
An incredible 20% of the gas produced in 2012 was flared, about 3% of US greenhouse gas emissions.
Great news! But current leases will be honored, providing enough coal for 20 years.
TransCanada is doing exactly what we expected, suing under NAFTA and in federal court.
Amidst an increasingly scary international landscape, we achieved important breakthroughs on climate last year.
Rather than fighting EPA's power plant regulations through ALEC, one of the biggest utilities finally views them as a good investment.
This is yet another indication that we are seeing the end of the fossil fuel era, says Greenpeace.
Finally, China and all top consuming countries are using less coal, which means global emissions will fall this year!
China will cut power plant emissions 60% by 2020, and Africa is leapfrogging to renewable energy with an incredible goal of 300 GW by 2030.
After America's Natural Gas Alliance is rolled into the American Petroleum Institute, it will be among the top lobbying groups in Washington.