On Friday we moved a step closer to discovering what President Obama’s true climate legacy will be, when the State Department released the final, supplemental environmental impact statement (SEIS) for the highly controversial Keystone XL pipeline.
On the evening of Monday, February 3rd, thousands have committed to attend more than 270 vigils around the country to make our message clear: Keystone XL fails President Obama’s climate test.
Check out vigil photos from across the country in the map below or click here to go straight to the photoset.
— Lindsey Allen (@lrallen) February 4, 2014
— Jane Fleming Kleeb (@janekleeb) February 4, 2014
#NoKXL is still trending on twitter! Keep it going!
— Sierra Student Co. (@Sierrastudent) February 4, 2014
— RAN (@RAN) February 4, 2014
— Kady McFadden (@kadymcfadden) February 4, 2014
— Georgia Beyond Coal (@GaBeyondCoal) February 4, 2014
The No KXL protest vigils are organized by CREDO, Rainforest Action Network, Sierra Club, 350.org, The Other 98%, Center for Biological Diversity, Oil Change International, Bold Nebraska, Energy Action Coalition, Natural Resources Defense Council, The Hip Hop Caucus, Overpass Light Brigade, Environmental Action, League of Conservation Voters, Waterkeeper Alliance, Friends of the Earth, Forest Ethics, Forecast the Facts, and others.