Why I Came to Washington to Protest the Keystone Pipeline

Yale Environment 360: It’s not exactly as if hell has frozen over, for me, an oil and gas geologist to be protesting -- maybe even beyond the extent allowable by law – the folly of the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline. I’ve hugged a tree or two before, written some letters opposing this or that dam, mine, clear-cut, or whatnot. I’ve lived the last 26 years in the backwoods of northwest Montana, writing pretty little stories, poems and essays about the million-acre garden of the Yaak Valley, a lush wild rainforest of a place,......

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