Anti-Pipeline Meeting in Lincoln, Nebraska

News — 350.org Team August 26, 2011 at 2:35 pm
The Stop the Pipeline Tour and the No Tar Sands Caravan converged in Lincoln Nebraska, where they met with Nebraskans working against the Keystone XL pipeline in their state.
  1. Malinda Frevert, Bold Nebraska says:

    It was such a pleasure to meet everyone in the caravan and from the tour. I’m a lucky individual who gets to work with and organize for you. Godspeed on your separate paths to DC!

  2. Malinda Frevert, Bold Nebraska says:

    It was such a pleasure to meet everyone in the caravan and from the tour. I’m a lucky individual who gets to work with and organize for you. Godspeed on your separate paths to DC!

  3. Harold Hensel says:

    It’s just common sence. Thanks for taking a stand.

  4. Linells says:

    What a great group of unbelievably committed people! It is wonderful to be even a small part of this and know that they stand for all of us! Thank you and Godspeed…

  5. Warrenkc says:

    They’re driving a gasoline powered vehicle across the country to protest oil transport? They’d rather get their oil from Saudi Arabia, Nigeria or Venezuala? Hmmm.

    • Jonathan says:

      No, actually we drove *four* (started with two) gasoline-powered vehicles, riding three to five in a small car–one of the most energy-efficient ways to travel. Carpooling is a simple, cost-effective choice that could go a long way towards reducing our daily energy use. If our country rationally developed a significant national system of public transportation, like China is investing many times more money than we are, than we would have taken that option.

  6. Renewable Rider says:

    INCREDIBLY inspiring!!!

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