Right now, the very survival of thousands of woodland caribou in Alberta, Canada is at stake.
If President Obama approves the Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline it would massively expand tar sands oil production in the region, which could devastate crucial habitat for woodland caribou.
In addition to the threat posed to woodland caribou, this dirty oil project would also put many more wildlife at risk by increasing the carbon pollution that is fueling climate change.
Secretary of State John Kerry has the first word on the pipeline and will be one of the key factors President Obama uses when making his final decision on the pipeline.
Help protect caribou and many more at-risk wildlife by sending a message urging Secretary Kerry to say no to the Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline.
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