Earth's Future in the Friday News Dump

It's classic. Wait till late on a Friday to announce a reprehensible decision in hopes of minimizing the uproar in response. But the extreme climate crisis doesn't take weekends off. And neither do we.
U.S. State Department: Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement
Michael Mann: Approving Keystone XL Could Be the Biggest Mistake
New York Times: Report Opens Way to Approval for Keystone Pipeline

A State Department report has just declared that the environmental impact of the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline would be acceptable. This clears a path for Secretary of State John Kerry to give his approval to the pipeline.

Tell Kerry and President Obama we will not stand for this project moving forward:

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Number Date Name Location Please add a comment if you ...
38135 5 years ago Mark Teig Pine Bush, NY
38134 5 years ago noreen donlon albany, NY
38133 5 years ago MIC HILL LONG BEACH, CA
38132 5 years ago Daniel Belachew Cambridge, MA
38131 5 years ago Anonymous ON STOP!!!
38130 5 years ago Rebecca Beeby
38129 5 years ago Rebecca Beeby
38128 5 years ago Phillip Mixon Augusta, GA
38127 5 years ago Caroline Richardson Placerville, CO
38126 5 years ago Caroline Richardson Placerville, CO
38125 5 years ago Cinthia Macie Baltimore, MD
38124 5 years ago Penelope Anne Hughes Castro Valley, CA
38123 5 years ago Kerry Hall Wilmette, IL Do what you know is right.
38122 5 years ago MRS MARJORIE J LEWIS HEREFORD, ot Please do not approve this pipeline. It is asking for an environmental disaster to happen. This matters to the whole world, not just the United States of America. We on this side of the Atlantic ...
38121 5 years ago Bruce Laughbaum Thornville, OH
38120 5 years ago Phillip Mixon Augusta, GA
38119 5 years ago Georgia Michalowicz Manassas, VA
38118 5 years ago Anonymous Somerville, MA Having the pipeline go through would be a disaster. Why should the whole country be turned into one great big oil slick? It shouldn't, imho, and people shouldn't have to be subjected to that oil r...
38117 5 years ago Virginia Allgaier Stirling, NJ
38116 5 years ago Frances and Linell Smith MD The danger the pipeline poses to the aquifer is far too great, especially in an era of dwindling water resources.
38115 5 years ago andrea fleming richboro, PA
38114 5 years ago Darren Mitton AVONDALE ESTATES, GA
38113 5 years ago TANYA RINCON Laguna Hills, CA
38112 5 years ago jim lawrence baker, OR
38111 5 years ago Elizabeth S Ontario, ON
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