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The State Department released its Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) on Keystone XL, starting the official countdown to a final decision by President Obama on the pipeline.

Big oil hand-picked the reviewers of the pipeline, which means the report avoids taking a stand on the pipeline’s climate impacts -- leaving the ball entirely in President Obama’s court. As always, he has all the evidence he needs to reject the pipeline.

With the release of the State Department’s final environmental impact statement, this is a crucial moment to protest Keystone XL.

Join CREDO, Rainforest Action Network, Sierra Club and others Monday evening to send the message to President Obama that Keystone XL fails his climate test and he must reject it.

We will be bringing lots of candles and signs. Bring yourself and spread the word. Over 75 RSPVs so far. Lets keep it building!

On Monday night, all across the country, people will be gathering to mark this moment together at protest vigils, where we will light the night with our resolve to keep fighting. We need to show the media, big oil and the President that this movement is mobilized and unafraid.

There's an action happening in San Francisco Monday evening at 6 PM. Can you be there? actionnetwork.org/events/san-francisco-nokxl-vigil?referrer=350-org

Let’s roll!

February 03, 2014 at 6pm - 7pm
San Francisco State Department Office
1 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94105
United States
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Shana Rappaport Kathy Dervin Robert Kolbe Genevieve K Kemp Janet Stromberg Janine boneparth Larry Everest

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