Thursday, 26 September 2013

Keystone XL's Ugly Toll on America's Endangered Species

Huffington Post

Much of the debate over the Keystone XL pipeline has rightly been focused on the staggering damage it'll do to our climate. Details here.

Western Prairie Fringed Orchid. 
Photo Credit - US Fish & Wildlife


Larry Powell said...

Not to brag, but I wrote a story on my blog on the same topic over six months ago (please check out the link). Having said that, I'm still delighted that influential news organizations like the HP have now picked it up and made it more widely known. Surely it is information and knowledge that will help save our world from destruction.

John Fefchak said...

IS IT REALLY NECESSARY? Does the government (s) have to literally destroy every single resource that our earth has to offer and share. Do they not have “any"concerns of what they are planning and doing during “their" time on Earth, ravaging it’s sources to the fullest, and leaving absolute devastation.

This should be a flourishing Earth that can nurture future generations and all creation.
This constant greed will leave a shameful footprint that mankind will be unable to erase.

An elder raised his eyes to the heavens and uttered these solemn words…."Lord, you promised you would not destroy the earth again,as you did so long ago, Why is this happening"? And a voice answered from above…"and I will keep my promise, The Conservative Harper government in Canada is doing it for me."