Today, the Sierra Club is gathering with allies from around the country to encircle the White House with 5,000 people and rally against tar sands. Can’t make it to D.C.? Be one of the 5,000 links in the virtual chain to stop the dirty Keystone XL pipeline!
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Actress Daryl Hannah has joined the over 500 people who have been arrested since August 20 for a sit-in protest outside the White House.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has the ability to stop Koch Industries, Inc. from profiting off a pipeline that would carry the dirtiest oil on Earth through six states, one of America’s most important aquifers and almost 2,000 miles of American homes and farmland.
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Other articles about the TransCanada pipeline:
Are the Koch Bros. Stonewalling Congress on Their Keystone XL Pipeline Interest?
Koch Brothers Positioned To Be Big Winners If Keystone XL Pipeline Is Approved
Tar Sands: The Most Destructive Project on Earth
Rep. Waxman is seeking answers from the Kochs, after a SolveClimate News article first exposed the brothers’ deep involvement in the oil sands industry.
By Elizabeth McGowan, SolveClimate News
WASHINGTON—Rep. Henry Waxman’s attempts to find out if a proposed controversial Canada-to-U.S. Gulf Coast oil sands pipeline will benefit Koch Industries appears to have hit a dead end.
Environmental Defence has released a report calling the Alberta Oil Sands the most destructive project on Earth.
Few Canadians know that Canada is home to one of the world’s largest dams and it is built to hold toxic waste from just one Tar Sands operation,” Rick Smith, the executive director of Environmental Defence.