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4. Infrastructure Disruption

With last year’s unanticipated success in delaying the Keystone XL project, activists are more readily trying to find ways to block energy transport and development. In the absence of a national energy policy that regulates carbon, interrupting the movement of energy through pipelines, ports and railways will be a core tactic to increase risk and costs to develop “dirty energy”.

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