On November 6 in Washington, DC the NRDC is organizing a protest to encircle the White House to ask President Obama to reject Keystone XL.
The protest will be led by NRDC Founding Director John Adams who will be leading a group of NRDC staff, members, and activists. They will be joining thousands of concerned citizens who are concerned about the implications of locking America into decades of dirty tar sands oil which scientists say will dramatically hasten climate change, destroy boreal forest, and threaten groundwater.
To be part of the White House protest in Washington DC register here.
For those who are unable to be in DC, the NRDC is encouraging people to send President Obama a message to stop Keystone XL. For more information about this campaign click here.
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