Why we Must Stop the Keystone XL Pipeline

Rainforest Action Network: “Now that we have seen what the Tar Sands in Alberta looks like, this is not about the pipeline going through our farm. This is about Alberta, about the world. ” This week tens of thousands of people have arrived in Washington D.C. to defend the climate and demonstrate their opposition to the Keystone XL (KXL) pipeline in what has become the largest rally on climate change in U.S. history. What’s the issue? The pipeline is a 1700-mile, $7-billion project that would bring 700,000 barrels......

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