MAP: The Keystone XL's Path of Destruction

In “The Earth is the Lord’s (and just look what we’re doing with it)” (Sojourners, June 2014), Cal DeWitt writes that “we are Earth-keepers…commissioned to strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth.” A project that stands in the way of maintaining creation’s integrity, however, is the Keystone XL—a tar sands oil pipeline that would span the U.S from north to south. The pipeline would also drastically accelerate emissions of carbon dioxide.

Take a look at the proposed route of the pipeline, which would wind from Canada to Texas.

Map route information gathered from TransCanada.

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