Credo Action – Hold Sen. Warner accountable for voting for Keystone XL!

Keystone XL is not in our national interest. Increasing climate change, and increasingly powerful storms, are a serious risk to our safety and security in Virginia.

On Friday, Sen. Warner was among 17 Democrats who voted in favor of approving the Keystone XL pipeline. He is back in Virginia today, and we need to deliver a strong accountability moment. Call his state offices now.

“Look, there are two ways to react to a democracy for sale. One is to walk away in disgust, which is what the Koch Brothers count on. The other is to stand up and say: no more”  *

Call Sen. Warner: Stop supporting Keystone XL! Click below for a simple script and the numbers for his Virginia offices.



On July 6, 2010, House Energy and Commerce Committee chairman Henry Waxman urged the State Department to block Keystone XL, saying in a letter to the department that ‘this pipeline is a multi-billion dollar investment to expand our reliance on the dirtiest source of transportation fuel currently available’.[60][61] In December 2010, No Tar Sands Oil campaign, sponsored by action groups including Corporate Ethics International, NRDC, Sierra Club,, National Wildlife Federation, Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace, and Rainforest Action Network, was launched.[62]