Infographic: Keystone XL – Big Oil’s Poison Pill

from Wildlife Promise

More than two full years into the fight against Keystone XL, the stakes are as high as ever. Big Oil’s friends in Congress have made construction of the pipeline their biggest energy priority, while conservationists, Native American tribes, landowners along the route, and concerned citizens everywhere have called on the White House to reject the project and pull the plug on the tar sands industry.

With a new permit application, Keystone remains very much a threat, and Congress is debating a measure that would force construction of the dangerous project. But you can help: Speak up now to protect people and wildlife at risk, and prove to Big Oil that their money can’t buy our votes.

Graphic: Peter LaFontaine/National Wildlife Federation

 


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