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SC Turns to Civil Disobedience for Keystone XL Pipeline Action

Click HERE and tell Secretary of State to include climate impacts in the analysis of Keystone XL project and reject this dangerous tar sands pipeline once and for all.

On January 22 the Sierra Club Board of Directors approved the one-time use of civil disobedience for the first time in the organization’s 120-year history. Recognizing the imminent danger posed by climate disruption, this decision will allow the Club to lead a group of high-profile individuals in a peaceful protest against dirty and dangerous Athabasca tar sands. See the animated video.

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