Find Out What’s Next for the Fight Against Keystone XL

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On Friday, TransCanada got a permit from the U.S. State Department to build the Keystone XL pipeline. But that doesn’t mean the fight is over.

“We’ve already won an awful lot,” said’s Bill McKibben in a statement on Friday. “Six years times 800,000 barrels of oil a day equals a lot of carbon emissions saved. Not to mention that six years of delay has cost Transcanada a small fortune.”

The organizations that successfully spearheaded the fight against Keystone XL during Obama’s administration are gearing up to fight again. Tonight, join a webinar with leaders from The Sierra Club,, Indigenous Climate Action, and BOLD Alliance to find out what’s next in the fight against new fossil fuel infrastructure.

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