January 2015, Vol. 242, No. 1

Features

Battleground for Anti-Oil/Gas Efforts Increasingly Local

As the 2014 mid-term elections faded from view, one cogent footnote of the political power change was the significant shift in the money and manner of spending it in the national environmental movement. Even some of their harshest critics were noting a higher level of professionalism and use of legitimate spokespersons as they attempted to spend their growing cash infusion more strategically. Billionaire Tom Steyer, head of the NextGeneration climate change political action committee, reportedly backed at least one candidate who supports TransCanada’s XL oil pipeline (and lost to a much more conservative opponent) and has apparently tempered his dogmatic approaches of the

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