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You can help put a stop to Keystone XL

Trump's State Department has approved the permit for the Keystone XL
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MoJo Reader,

Trump's State Department has approved the permit for the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline.

By reversing course on the controversial Keystone XL project, Trump has put the desires of fossil fuel companies before the rights of our communities. This pipeline will pollute the heartland, contaminate clean air and water, and tread on the on the rights of Indigenous people and private landowners. Needless to say, the pipeline will be an absolute disaster — but you can help stop it.

Keystone XL still faces many obstacles. One of the biggest is funding. TransCanada, the energy giant behind Keystone XL, will need major support from its banking partners if it wants to complete its gigantic tar sands project. That's why we're asking you to put U.S. banks on notice: DO NOT fund Keystone XL.

Tell Citi, JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, TD Bank, and Bank of America they must NOT provide any financial services to TransCanada that could help construct the Keystone XL pipeline.

The Keystone XL pipeline will carry 800,000 barrels of tar sands oil daily across the US, to be refined, exported, and burned. The pipeline will have a devastating impact on our climate and set the stage for increased fossil fuel dependence for years to come. Financial institutions can no longer get away with funding climate chaos.

Banks funding highly controversial pipeline projects, like the Dakota Access Pipeline, have already sparked resistance from tens of thousands of people around the world. Any financial institution associated with bankrolling Keystone XL should expect to meet similar scrutiny, reputational risk, and opposition every step of the way.

Sign the petition now demanding Citi, JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, TD Bank, and Bank of America honor their climate commitments and NOT provide any financial assistance to Keystone XL.

The Keystone XL pipeline was stopped the first time around by a powerful alliance of Indigenous communities, ranchers, farmers, and climate activists. Millions of people like you, MoJo Reader, made phone calls, sent emails and letters, and spoke up to friends and neighbors about this issue. I know we will come together again to do everything in our power to stop any attempt to restart this project.

Please join me in telling U.S. banks they must protect our communities and planet by saying NO to financially supporting Keystone XL. Our movement is powerful. We will resist this project — with our allies across the country and across borders — and we will continue to build the future the world wants to see: one without fossil fuels.

Keep resisting,

Diana Best
Senior Climate and Energy Campaigner, Greenpeace USA

P.S. We can't continue to let the banks ignore their climate and human rights commitments. The time is now to call them out and let them know we mean business. Demand that U.S. banks commit to absolutely no financial services for Keystone XL.

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