Keystone Activists: Make Your Voice Heard
It’s time to take the Keystone XL pipeline fight to the streets — and we need your help.
We’re asking people around the country to make their voices heard. Put a sign in your yard. Protest at your local park or storefront. Paste a flyer to the windshield of your car. Send factsheets to your friends. Organize a gathering or other event to teach people about Keystone and spread the word.
The Center for Biological Diversity will stand by you each step of the way. We’ve made a series of signs you can print, including two versions of each: one 8 ½ by 11 inches (perfect for your car window or bulletin board), and another 18 by 25 inches (great to display in your front yard or march with at a rally). We're also providing an awesome polar bear mask for you to print, cut out and put on a stick or string for you very own polar bear protest — plus a factsheet to help you get out all the right information.
We just sent a letter to Hillary Clinton asking her to speak out against Keystone XL. Read it here.
Read our report on the imperiled species at risk from Keystone XL, In Harm’s Way: How the U.S. State Department and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Have Ignored the Dangers of the Keystone XL Pipeline to Endangered Species. We also have a Web page all about these species.
LEARN ABOUT KEYSTONE EVENTS WE'RE PLANNING ACROSS THE COUNTRY:
Check out our new No Keystone rap video, in which the Center’s Frostpaw the Polar Bear tells President Obama why he must reject this disastrous pipeline pronto.
View and print our Say No to Keystone signs, our polar bear mask and our factsheet:
And don’t forget to take our Keystone pledge, joining tens of thousands of people around the country who are mobilizing against this destructive pipeline — and when you host your your event, bring pledge forms for your friends, so they can help spread the movement.
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