August 30, 2011

James Hansen: 'Game Over' If Keystone Built

Liz McGowan, Solve Climate News


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Unless Hurricane Irene interrupts his travel, renowned NASA climate scientist James Hansen will join demonstrators today at the White House to protest the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. U.S. Park Police officers have arrested hundreds of participants since the sit-in began Aug. 20.

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