Activists wait to march outside the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline and rally for Native American rights during the Native Nations Rise march on March 10, in Washington, DC. Environmentalists may have lost their months-long battle against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, but their war against the oil and natural gas industry is far from over. Not only are groups including Sierra Club joining forces and renewing their efforts to take down TransCanada Corp. ’s Keystone XL line, a project that now has the State Department’s blessing to carry Canada’s oil to the Gulf Coast. They’re also taking advantage of 300,000 new supporters and a surge in donations made to fight Dakota Access and Keystone to target smaller pipelines that had previously gone under the radar. “We do plan to double down on Keystone, and we plan to use Keystone as a launching […]