On March 29th, ExxonMobil’s Pegasus pipeline, which was retrofitted to transport tar sands oil spilled an unknown amount of oil into the town of Mayflower, Arkansas.

This spill highlights the risks of building the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, which would carry 9 times more oil than the pipeline that broke. Even if the oil doesn’t spill, it still pours into the atmosphere as climate-warming CO2.

We’re working with allies across the movement to submit 1 million comments to the State Department to stop Keystone XL — click here to add yours: act.350.org/letter/a_million_strong_against_keystone/

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