June 6th in St. Paul, MN – say no to tar sands!

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It’s not just Keystone XL. Big Oil is trying to build and expand an enormous network of tar sands pipelines — some even bigger than Keystone XL — from Canada into the Great Lakes region. These tar sands pipelines, including the Alberta Clipper, along with crude oil trains and tankers, pose a growing risk to the Great Lakes, our rivers, our communities and our climate.

That’s why on June 6, thousands will gather in the Twin Cities for the Tar Sands Resistance March — the largest anti-tar sands event ever in the region. We are coming together to send a clear message: keep toxic tar sands out of America’s Heartland, fight for clean water, clean energy, and a safe climate!


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What: Tar Sands Resistance March

Where: March Starts at Lambert Landing – Shepard Road and N. Sibley Street, St. Paul, MN 55102
March ends at the State Capitol Lawn – 75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, St. Paul, MN 55155

When: Saturday, June 6th, 2015 at 12 PM

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Over 1000+ RSVPs!

Good news: with more than two weeks to go, well over 1000 people have already signed up to join the Tar Sands Resistance March in St. Paul on June 6th! That means this will already the biggest action against the tar sands in the Midwest — by far. If you care about the future of (More...)

Don’t Want It. Don’t Need It.

Original article found in Coming Clean: The blog of Sierra Club’s Executive Director, Michael Brune. May 18, 2015 The controversy over Keystone XL has already had one good outcome: A lot more people have at least heard of tar sands. Unfortunately, most Americans still don’t realize just how insanely destructive, polluting, and dangerous extracting, transporting, and burning (More...)

Join Us to Protect What We Love!

by Claire Curran Claire is the Campaign Coordinator at Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light with a strong background in social and environmental organizing. Claire leads the Policy Advocacy team at MNIPL, coordinates the Communities in Climate Action program, and tells the stories of the climate movement on her blog! Throughout the Midwest is a maze (More...)

Announcing: the biggest anti-tar sands action ever in the Midwest

Today, the Midwest faces an unprecedented invasion of Canadian tar sands oil, thanks to the expansion plans of oil pipeline giant Enbridge. But even after the hottest year ever in human history, and spill after toxic spill, our elected officials have failed to stand up to Big Oil and protect our communities from the threat (More...)