The Canary Coalition says around 150 people attended the KXL Pipeline Vigil held in Asheville on Monday, Feb. 3. (Courtesy of the Canary Coalition)
On Monday, February 3, only three days after the State Department announced in its report that the Keystone XL Pipeline would have “no significant impact” on climate change, there were hundreds of candlelight vigils and demonstrations coordinated nationwide to let President Obama know that if he allows the pipeline to go through there will be massive civil disobedience throughout the country to stop it.
In Asheville, about 150 people gathered on short notice at the First Presbyterian Church. If you missed this inspiring evening you can see it all on this video-report from The Canary Coalition.