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In response to President Obama’s 2015 State of the Union address, 350.org Executive Director May Boeve issued the following statement:
“Tonight’s speech puts wind in the sails of Keystone XL opponents. President Obama laid out a clear case for climate action, and hit back hard against those who are sticking their heads in the sand. He said we need to think beyond a single pipeline, and made a strong case for developing sustainable, clean energy sources like wind and solar. The President is clearly beginning to think about his climate legacy, and he understands that it depends on rejecting Keystone XL.
Tonight’s speech is also a testament to the hard work of the millions of people who are a part of the growing climate movement. In 2011, there were no mentions of climate change in the State of the Union. This year, we saw four full paragraphs on the crisis, and zero mentions of clean coal or fracking. The 400,000 people who joined the People’s Climate March last September clearly made an impact, and our planet is better for it.
But our movement will not rest until this President matches the rhetoric with action, and that means leaving carbon in the ground for good. We can’t just say yes to clean energy–we also need to say no to dirty energy, reject new fossil fuel infrastructure, end fossil fuel subsidies, and transition away from dangerous practices like fracking across the country. Only then will this President be considered a true climate leader.”
Older Press Releases
|January 14, 2015||EPA Methane Rules No Cure for Fracking|
|January 14, 2015||Pope urged to divest from fossil fuels ahead of visit to the Philippines|
|January 10, 2015||Feeling Momentum, Keystone XL Opponents Stage Rally Outside White House on Saturday|
|January 9, 2015||350.org Statement on House Vote on Keystone XL|
|January 9, 2015||350.org Issues Reaction to Nebraska Supreme Court Decision on Keystone XL|
|January 6, 2015||350 Responds to Keystone XL Veto Threat|
|January 6, 2015||Bill McKibben Responds to President Obama’s Pledge to Veto Keystone XL Bill|
|January 5, 2015||Statement on Governor Brown’s Climate Agenda|
|December 19, 2014||350.org Reacts to President Obama’s Comments on Keystone XL at White House Press Conference|
|December 17, 2014||New York Fracking Ban is a HUGE Win; Sets precedent for California and others to follow|
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