No Keystone XL

In late 2017, the Nebraska Public Service Commission issued a permit to TransCanada to build the Keystone XL Pipeline, but not for the original route they sought. Indigenous communities, locals, students, scientists and many others have been fighting this pipeline for years.

No Keystone XL

Keystone XL must be stopped: commit to joining frontline communities in creative peaceful resistance on the pipeline route.

Organizations Helping This Cause

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Earthjustice

San Francisco, CA

Earthjustice

Earthjustice is a nonprofit environmental law organization. They wield the power of law and the strength of partnership to protect people’s health, to preserve magnificent places and wildlife, to advance clean energy, and to combat climate change. They are here because the earth needs a good lawyer

Citizens for Responsible Oil and Gas (CFROG)

Ojai, CA

Citizens for Responsible Oil and Gas (CFROG)

CFROG is an environmental watchdog organization based in Ventura County, CA, which defends communities and wild places from the impacts of oil and gas extraction. We focus on public health, environmental justice, watersheds, airsheds, and the ocean, all as connected priorities.

Environmental Integrity Project

Washington

Environmental Integrity Project

Environmental Integrity Project promotes stronger compliance with the nation’s anti-pollution laws by combining research, reporting and media outreach to spotlight illegal pollution, expose political intimidation of enforcement staff, and encourage federal and state agencies to take enforcement action.

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Ask Your Rep: Cosponsor the Women and Climate Change Act — Sierra Club

 from Sierra Club

Oakland, CA, United States

Ask Your Rep: Cosponsor the Women and Climate Change Act

Sierra Club

Climate change affects us all, but women are disproportionately impacted. The Women and Climate Change Act promotes approaches to climate change mitigation that uplift, include & empower women.

Tell Your Utilities: Don’t Buy Dirty Fuels from Former National Monuments — Sierra Club

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Oakland, CA, United States

Tell Your Utilities: Don’t Buy Dirty Fuels from Former National Monuments

Sierra Club

As of February, more than 2 million acres of formerly protected public lands are now open to mining corporations and energy developers that will try and sell fuels mined from the land. Help stop them.


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