The presidential permit for the Keystone XL project, a 1,700-mile pipeline that would bisect the country, transporting crude oil from Canada to Oklahoma and Texas, was denied in January 2012 by President Obama.
Now, Reuters reports that Senate supporters of the project plan to attach it to the administration-backed and bipartisan highway funding bill.
Please tell your U.S. Senator today to block any provision for approving the Keystone XL pipeline.
And spread the word!
Update your Facebook status with a link to http://act.350.org/sign/kxl/ and a call to action like, “Please join me in urging U.S. Senators to reject the Keystone XL pipeline!”
On Twitter? Feel free to use these sample tweets.
Add your voice to millions protesting the Keystone XL pipeline for the next 24 hours! Sign on here: 350.org/kxl #nokxl
Tell your senators to reject the Keystone pipeline! Read and sign the petition in the next 24 hours at 350.org/kxl #nokxl
Tell your U.S. senators: Keystone XL has no place in a clean energy economy 350.org/kxl #nokxl