Friends of the Earth immediately available for Keystone XL EIS comment
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Environmental groups expect that the State Department will issue an Environmental Impact Statement for the Keystone XL Pipeline today, January 31. Under the National Environmental Policy Act, this analysis is required to reflect all environmental effects resultant of the completion of this pipeline, which will transport tar sands crude oil across the United States from Alberta, Canada to Cushing, OK.
The following Keystone XL experts from Friends of the Earth are immediately available for comment and explanation of the findings of this review:
Keystone XL contacts:
- Erich Pica, President, (202) 222-0739, [email protected]
- Ben Schreiber, Climate and energy director, (202) 222-0752, [email protected]
- Ross Hammond, Senior campaigner, (415) 559-5082, [email protected]
General Media contact:
- Eric Dyson, Communications director, (202) 222-0730, [email protected]
Expect Friends of the Earth commentary and perspective via Twitter, as information develops. Follow us at @foe_us. Visit the website for background information and resources.