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The Largest Carbon Bomb on the Planet

Tuesday, 29 January 2013 16:37 By Candice Bernd, Truthout | Message

An activist sits in a tree as part of the Tar Sands Blockade, November 19, 2012.An activist sits in a tree as part of the Tar Sands Blockade, November 19, 2012. (Photo: Elizabeth Brossa)Despite President Obama's recent remarks on climate change during his inaugural address, the "fuse to the largest carbon bomb" on the planet - the Keystone XL pipeline - continues to move forward.

That's why young people across the country are putting themselves on the line to take direct action to shut down this calamitous project. And that's why Truthout needs your help to continue providing climate justice organizers with the kind of information they can use, and to continue reporting on their actions without corporate bias. 

During my time at Truthout I've watched many of these young people - some of them my close friends - get arrested, harassed or worse while fighting to slow the rising tides which threaten my generation's future. I'm proud to see that many of those same activists share Truthout stories on social media and use our independent reporting to stay informed.

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Candice Bernd is an assistant editor/reporter with Truthout. With her partner, Garrett Graham, she is co-writing "Don't Frack With Denton," a documentary chronicling the anti-fracking movement in Denton. Follow her on Twitter @CandiceBernd.


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The Largest Carbon Bomb on the Planet

Tuesday, 29 January 2013 16:37 By Candice Bernd, Truthout | Message

An activist sits in a tree as part of the Tar Sands Blockade, November 19, 2012.An activist sits in a tree as part of the Tar Sands Blockade, November 19, 2012. (Photo: Elizabeth Brossa)Despite President Obama's recent remarks on climate change during his inaugural address, the "fuse to the largest carbon bomb" on the planet - the Keystone XL pipeline - continues to move forward.

That's why young people across the country are putting themselves on the line to take direct action to shut down this calamitous project. And that's why Truthout needs your help to continue providing climate justice organizers with the kind of information they can use, and to continue reporting on their actions without corporate bias. 

During my time at Truthout I've watched many of these young people - some of them my close friends - get arrested, harassed or worse while fighting to slow the rising tides which threaten my generation's future. I'm proud to see that many of those same activists share Truthout stories on social media and use our independent reporting to stay informed.

Truthout urgently needs to your help to make our budget by Thursday. Will you chip in and make a tax-deductible donation today, so we can meet this crucial deadline?

Click here
to donate.
Click here to donate.
(Truthout is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. EIN: 20-0031641)

You can also donate by check, made payable to:
Truthout, P.O. Box 276414, Sacramento, CA 95827
(Please include your email address on your check.)

Thank you for helping to make Truthout's mission a reality!

This article is a Truthout original.

Candice Bernd

Candice Bernd is an assistant editor/reporter with Truthout. With her partner, Garrett Graham, she is co-writing "Don't Frack With Denton," a documentary chronicling the anti-fracking movement in Denton. Follow her on Twitter @CandiceBernd.


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