Debra White Plume is a Lakota mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Fighting against corporate interests and greed, she is leading a grassroots battle to block the Keystone XL Pipeline from crossing her community's sacred land. Quoted Debra, "Through the long, hot summer we will provide
Together, we can make sure that Mark Zuckerberg and FWD.US hears us loud and clear: Americans want more clean energy jobs, not dirty fuel projects. It's time to move forward to a clean energy economy.
Rivers of oil through Arkansas backyards... 12 spills in the first Keystone pipeline's first year... Two years later, the Kalamazoo, Michigan spill still not cleaned up. It's time to say no to spills, no to tar sands, and yes to the climate! This is the final official comment period for Keystone
While we depend on our natural environment to feed the world's growing population, we don't always take the best care of it. This Earth Day we need your help to spread the goodness back to the environment. For every person who pledges to do something good for the planet from 4/9/13 to 4/23/13,