SIGN UP – Tar Sands Dangers to Draw Thousands in Virtual Town Hall

Canada geese struggle for life after being oiled from a tar sands pipeline spill in Michigan. Image from Daily Green.

Award winning journalist and author Andrew Nikiforuk will speak to thousands of concerned conservationists in a virtual town hall meeting next week.  He’ll discuss the disastrous repercussions for wildlife and NWF will urge sportsmen to mobilize to stop the controversial and dangerous Keystone XL tar sands pipeline.

Join us on June 1st at 8pm EST for a 30-minute Teletown Hall to learn more about the proposed pipeline’s threats to wildlife and how you can help stop it.

RSVP today and we will call you between 7:45-8pm EST on Wednesday, June 1st.

Also appearing will be anti-pipeline activist Jane Fleming Kleeb, director of Bold Nebraska, who will address what’s at stake along the proposed 2,000-mile Keystone XL pipeline route — which would bring nearly one million barrels a day of dirty tar sands oil from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.

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Thanks to wildlife advocates like you, there has been growing national opposition to the Keystone XL, but we need to keep up the pressure to stop this dangerous project.

We can’t let this dirty tar sands pipeline put America’s wildlife at risk and jeopardize our clean energy future.

Check out our video below with NWF’s Jeremy Symons updating us on the dangers of high carbon dirty tar sands oil.