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.
Read our brand-new 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.
Learn about any anti-Keystone events we might be planning across the country:
Then check out our America's Dangerous Pipelines page — and the video we made below:
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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