Tell the Army Corps: Deny the Keystone XL Permit

The Trump administration and TC Energy are attempting to move forward with construction on the disastrous Keystone XL tar sands pipeline yet again.

TC Energy has just reapplied for a permit that will allow them to construct the KXL pipeline across hundreds of U.S. waterways — jeopardizing clean water access for rural, urban, and Indigenous communities and putting nearly one-third of U.S. crops at risk.

KXL is a ticking climate time bomb that would shackle us for decades to the dirty fossil fuels of the past instead of moving us toward a clean energy future. And the Trump administration’s attempts to resurrect and rush the approvals for KXL are an act of environmental racism against the Indigenous communities that live around KXL’s proposed route.

NRDC stands at the ready to challenge this — and any other effort to resurrect KXL — just as we and our allies have done all along. But in the meantime, the Army Corps of Engineers is accepting public comments on this new permit request, and we need to flood their inbox with messages of opposition.

Please, submit an urgent public comment stating your opposition to KXL right away!

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The Trump administration and TC Energy are attempting to move forward with construction on the disastrous Keystone XL tar sands pipeline yet again — jeopardizing clean water access for rural, urban, and Indigenous communities and putting nearly one-third of U.S. crops at risk. Please, submit an urgent public comment stating your opposition to KXL right away!

Your message will be sent to:

US Army Corps of Engineers
Nebraska Department of Environment & Energy
South Dakota Department of Energy & Natural Resources

Subject line:

I urge you to reject the Keystone XL water permits

(Consider adding your own thoughts — personalized messages are especially effective)

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