More than ever, President Obama is talking like someone who wants to reject Keystone XL. He recently said the pipeline would create few jobs, and that the threat to the climate is potentially "disasterous."

With key court cases to be decided, a new pipeline-happy Congress, and the President’s decision looming, we're facing a big, complex fight over the coming months. The odds are never totally in our favor, but we can defeat this pipeline and keep tar sands in the ground, if we work together.

The Stop Keystone XL Now team will be at the forefront of work to stop Keystone XL. Members of the team will:

  • Receive more regular updates from the Keystone XL campaign team.
  • Provide feedback on key campaign decisions and resources.
  • Be the 'first responders' when Keystone news breaks, or local action is needed.
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