Stop a New Oil Pipeline Across the Midwest - Deadline June 6
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Hillary Clinton

Stop a New Oil Pipeline Across the Midwest - Deadline June 6

    1. Sponsored by

      Sierra Club

Big Oil companies are pulling out all the stops to flood the State Department with messages calling on Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to permit a new tar sands oil pipeline.

We only have just hours left to fight back before the public comment period ends. 

The proposed Keystone XL pipeline would cross pristine land in six states and put over 2 million Americans' drinking water at risk.

Moreover, when TransCanada proposed the first Keystone pipeline, Keystone 1, they estimated that it would ONLY leak once every seven to eleven years. But they neglected to include the pipeline's pumping stations, which have already sustained 11 reported spills in the last year! 

Now Big Oil wants the State Department to allow the SAME company build a new pipeline so it can pump even more tar sands oil deeper into our country. Tell Secretary Clinton to put our health and safety first, not Big Oil profits.

Recent signatures


    1. Senate Democrats call for additional pipeline review

      In the wake of recent leaks from the original Keystone Pipeline, as well as Exxon's oil spill in Montana, they ask—is the U.S. State Department really taking pipeline safety seriously enough in evaluating this project?

    2. More than 250,000 people in total have weighed in for the comment period to object to the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. Congratulations, members—you helped the Sierra Club contribute a large part of this major outpouring of opposition.

    3. Reached 30 signatures
    4. Wow, 20,000 signers! Can we double that by the deadline today? We need an outcry to stop this pipeline. Share the petition with your friends...

    5. Reached 20 signatures
    6. Why Keystone XL will accelerate the U.S. addiction to some of the dirtiest oil on the planet:

    7. Reached 17 signatures
    8. Did you know that TransCanada just had a major pipeline spill with its original Keystone pipeline?

      Now it wants to build an even more dangerous one straight through the Ogallala aquifer, where 2 million Americans get their drinking water. Bad idea? I think so.

    9. Reached 12 signatures
    10. Please share this petition on Facebook to let all of your friends know about the urgent deadline!

      Here is a post you can use:

      URGENT: Sign this petition to tell Secretary Clinton to stop the dangerous Keystone XL Tar Sands pipeline. It will bring the world's dirtiest oil straight through the U.S. heartland and hurt communities all along the way. Your voice is needed before the 6/6 deadline!

    11. Reached 4 signatures
    12. Nebraska lawmakers plead with Secretary Clinton to delay Keystone XL decision:

    13. Reached 3 signatures
    14. Just a few days left before the comment deadline! Stopping this pipeline is crucial to protecting the health and environment of the U.S. heartland.

      Please sign and share!

    15. Reached 1 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Chris Hester GRAY, GA
      • about 3 years ago

      Instead of oil, lets invest in new technologies such as those coming from MIT researchers.

    • Diane Richardson BRIDGEPORT, CT
      • about 3 years ago
    • Belgium Chocolate LOS ANGELES, CA
      • about 3 years ago

      The Gulf of Mexico, Yellowstone River... how much more of America needs to be covered in toxic brown goo for the people to realize this is not the way for us to reach a stable energy policy? Use the subsidy money that is thrown down the bottomless maw greedy oil corporations to build solar/wind/tidal power. It's time to stop the expansion of oil infrastructure, and begin making a better Earth for our children instead of worse.

    • Martha Scheuermann HOBE SOUND, FL
      • about 3 years ago

      Are the oil companies so greedy, that they can't fund a refinery instead of a pipline?

      Please help keep the drinking water clean....don't let America become like a 3rd world country with our rivers and lakes black with pollutants. Do you believe a celebrity will help each Amercian get clean water then?

    • Mary Alice Tanner DEER CREEK, IL
      • over 3 years ago

      We are trying to get away from fossil fuels. No more help should be going toward getting it to homes. If we do that there is less incentive to get going on our wind and geothermal powers.


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