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350.org is building a global climate movement. Our online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions are coordinated by a global network active in over 188 countries.

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March 4, 2015

350 Responds to KXL Override Vote in U.S. Senate

In response to a U.S. Senate vote attempting to override President Obama’s veto of legislation forcing approval of Keystone XL, 350.org U.S. Communications Manager Karthik Ganapathy issued the following statement:

“This vote does to Keystone XL what Jim Inhofe’s snowball does to the overwhelming consensus on climate change: absolutely nothing. Congress has known from the beginning this bill would be dead on arrival — a fact even Denier-in-Chief Inhofe acknowledged when he said last week that Big Oil simply doesn’t have the votes to override. Keystone XL has always been President Obama’s decision, today does nothing to change that, and we’re confident the President will do right by our climate and reject the pipeline once and for all.”

Older Press Releases

March 3, 2015 Desmond Tutu Endorses Divestment Action at Harvard
February 25, 2015 350 responds to the EU’s proposed emission cuts
February 24, 2015 350 Responds to President Obama’s Veto of Keystone XL Bill
February 14, 2015 350.org: UK climate pledge should send shockwaves through fossil fuel industry
February 13, 2015 “Global Divestment Day” Challenges Fossil Fuel Industry on February 13-14
February 11, 2015 350.org Calls Keystone Vote a “Love Letter to Big Oil”
February 10, 2015 Industry Funded Divestment Study Cherry-Picks Data and Reaches The Wrong Conclusion
February 9, 2015 Fossil Fuel Divestment Campaign to hold Global Day of Action on February 13-14
February 3, 2015 350 to Governor Jerry Brown: Massive Rally Coming to Oakland
February 3, 2015 Bill McKibben Responds to EPA Comments on Keystone XL

 

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