02:58h. Saturday, 07 de December de 2019

Friend of the Earth told Roland Jackson that XL dumped hundreds of thousands of gallons of toxic oil in South Dakota.

This is BAD, Roland: Keystone XL has cleared one of its final regulatory hurdles, just as an existing pipeline, Keystone 1, dumped hundreds of thousands of gallons of toxic oil in South Dakota.



We still have time to block this disastrous pipeline, but only if we fight back NOW. Friends of the Earth is doing everything we can to stop Keystone XL. As we plan our next steps, we need to hear from 25,000 top grassroots activists like you. Take our one-question survey before tonight's midnight deadline:

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This is BAD, Roland: Keystone XL has cleared one of its final regulatory hurdles, just as an existing pipeline, Keystone 1, dumped hundreds of thousands of gallons of toxic oil in South Dakota.

This spill just proves what we already knew: President Trump approved this pipeline without any regard for its disastrous environmental consequences. And since the existing pipelines spill far more frequently than TransCanada estimated, you can bet that Keystone XL will be just as risky. 

We still have time to block this disastrous pipeline, but only if we fight back NOW. Friends of the Earth is doing everything we can to stop Keystone XL. As we plan our next steps, we need to hear from 25,000 top grassroots activists like you. Take our one-question survey before tonight's midnight deadline: