* Goal: 1 Million Comments on Keystone XL Pipeline

Our goal is 1 Million comments! We’re so close. Please take action!

Dear Friends,

No more environmental disasters!

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Take action!

Over 900,000 people have submitted comments to stop the Keystone XL pipeline, but we’re still waiting for yours! 

Three years ago today, BP caused the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history, when an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig dumped millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico.

The Gulf region will take decades to recover from the BP spill — but you have the power to prevent the next environmental disaster. Submit your official comment against the Keystone XL pipeline today!

The Keystone XL pipeline would be a disaster, from start to finish. Tar sands oil is toxic for our climate, and mining the tar sands destroys pristine forests and threatens First Nation peoples.

And once the crude oil is in the pipeline, the threat would run right through our communities. We don’t need to wonder what the impact would be, because we’ve seen it three times in the past few weeks in Arkansas, Texas, and Canada. In Mayflower, Arkansas, crude oil flowed through neighborhoods where children normally would be playing outside. The Keystone XL pipeline would be nine times larger than that pipeline.

The Obama administration is considering public input for three more days. Make your voice heard today!

There are so many reasons to oppose the Keystone XL pipeline. But on this sad anniversary day, let’s remember the BP disaster, and take action to keep something like that from happening again.

Send your comment today.

Thanks for all you do,

Michael Marx
Sierra Club Beyond Oil Campaign Director

P.S. After you take action, be sure to forward this alert to your friends and colleagues — five comments will have even more impact than one!

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