Environmental Advocacy Groups Gear Up For Keystone Protests Ahead Of State Department’s Decision

Huffington Post: Environmental groups CREDO, Rainforest Action Network and the Other 98% say they are organizing more than 750 activists to lead mass acts of civil disobedience around the country, should the State Department sign off on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. Current training sessions include recruiting local organizers and conducting legal research to prepare activists on how to engage in peaceful civil disobedience. "We will deploy large-scale actions in major cities, and hundreds of activist-led,......

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