Bill McKibben of the anti-global warming activist group 350, tweeted about the hundreds of students who were arrested during an Keystone XL pipeline prostest yesterday:
— Bill McKibben (@billmckibben) March 3, 2014
About 1,000 prosters, many of them students, took to the Washington D.C. yesterday to urge, “climate action and a rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline,” said Nick Stracco, a senior at Tulane University.
Nearly 400 of the event’s protesters were arrested.
But how many anti-fossil fuels freedom fighters got into oil and gas-powered cars, buses, planes, and trains to apply pressure to the jet-setter-in-chief Barack Obama in protest of the expansion of an oil pipeline?
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