New VIDEO: The Tar Sands Threat to Wildlife

From widespread habitat destruction, to the drastic effects of climate change, to devastating toxic oil spills—the scope and scale of impacts that wildlife will face if the Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline is built are immense.

President Obama is expected to make a final decision on Keystone XL this year, and right now, we have a critical opportunity to stop this project. The U.S. State Department’s public comment period for their environmental review of Keystone XL ends April 22nd, and it’s crucial they hear widespread opposition to the risks this project poses to wildlife.

Speak up for wildlife TODAY by urging President Obama to stop the Keystone XL pipeline once and for all.

 
WATCH OUR NEW VIDEO on the impacts tar sands oil poses to wildlife from Canada to the Gulf coast of Texas and beyond:

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