In Nebraska, there is still no permitted route for Keystone. Eighty-five landowners are refusing to give up their land to make way for the pipeline, and thousands more people are rallying to deny TransCanada their Nebraska permit for Keystone XL. They’re asking pipeline fighters from across the United States to support these efforts by submitting comments to Nebraska’s Public Service Commission urging them to include climate in their assessment and oppose the permit.
If built, this pipeline would poison our climate, air, water, land and communities, and violate Indigenous rights. As one NASA scientist put it, building Keystone would be “game over for the planet”.
TransCanada can’t start construction anywhere until they have a permit through Nebraska. That makes every comment opposing this permit a crucial step to stopping the pipeline — no matter what Trump says.