Keystone XL Is Not In Our National Interest

Tell the President and State Department to reject the dirty pipeline

After the State Department's release of their final environmental impact statement for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, one thing remains clear: a pipeline that would transport 830,000 barrels of some of the world's dirtiest oil from Canada's tar sands across environmentally sensitive lands and watersheds in America is not in our national interest.

The threat of climate change is clear and the time to act is now. We need to be moving forward with policies to support clean energy, not backwards with dirty energy like the tar sands oil the Keystone XL pipeline would carry. Sign below to urge Secretary of State John Kerry and President Obama to reject Keystone XL.


To Secretary of State John Kerry and President Barack Obama:

The environmental impacts of the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline are simply too high, from endangering our country's clean water to extending our reliance on the old, dirty fossil fuels driving climate change.

Encouraging the production of Canadian tar sands – some of the dirtiest oil in the world – is not in America’s national interest, especially when there is no guarantee the oil would even stay in the United States. Please reject the proposed pipeline and help America build a clean energy economy rather than moving us backward toward dirty fuels like tar sands oil.