If we're going to defeat the destructive juggernaut that is Keystone XL, it's time to get real: It's going to take a lot more than petitions and comments. We have to make our objections public and visible.
This May say “No Keystone XL” by hosting an event to spread the word about the disastrous tar-sands pipeline. This could be as simple as printing out one of our signs to post on your lawn or car windshield, organizing a polar bear protest at your farmers' market, asking your school or work to hold an event against Keystone, or doing a sit-in at your local park. It’s going to take each of us, speaking out in our hometowns, to make a difference.
Sign up to help do an event using the form below and be part of the Center for Biological Diversity's May month of action against Keystone XL. You’ll automatically be emailed all the resources you need to mobilize your community – from yard signs to polar bear masks to cut out, talking points, factsheets and pledge sign-up forms. Remember: Make sure to take lots of pictures and videos of your event, so we can share them with our whole network of supporters.
Use the form below to sign up and be a part of the Center for Biological Diversity's month of action against Keystone XL. We'll give you all the tools you need to mobilize and make your voice heard this month through action in your community.