American Humanist Association: The Hopeless Keystone XL Pipeline

Sep 28, 2011 | National Press Clips, State Press Clips

Joelle Novey, director of Greater Washington Interfaith Power & Light, was one IPL representative at the peaceful sit-in protest against Keystone XL oil pipeline in front of the White House (August 20-September 3). Interfaith Power & Light was recognized by the American Humanist Association for their action against the pipeline and for their statement entitled, “Keystone XL Tar Sands Oil Pipeline Not in the National Interest,” which ridicules the lie of “energy security” often used to defend the pipeline.

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Kayley Whalen, Sept 2011

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