Canadians: Tell President Obama That We Support Clean Energy, Not Pipelines

This is a fantastic campaign by the David Suzuki Foundation, and one that is powerfully important. The decision on the Keystone XL should not only fall on the American government, as it affects all Canadians (both indigenous and non-indigenous) and the rest of the world as well.
Every Canadian who wants to see a cleaner, more equitable future and who wants to see our leaders actually *take the lead* in producing a sustainable environment for us to live in needs to sign this letter. Take a few minutes out of your day to sign this petition and participate in the collective construction of a clean-energy future.

The Green Word

The David Suzuki Foundation is on a letter-writing campaign to tell President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry that Canadians do not want to see the Keystone XL pipeline built.  By adding your name and address and clicking on the “submit” button (how easy is that!), you will be sending the following letter directly to the above-mentioned politicians:

As a Canadian concerned about climate change, I am writing to express my views directly to you.

I do not share the belief of my federal government that continued oil sands development should be Canada’s priority and our path for the future. I urge you to reject the Keystone XL pipeline.

I support strong action to fight climate change and a shift to investment in clean energy, by every leader, in every country.

The priorities set in Ottawa and Washington reach across our planet. It is not only our economies that…

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