Tarsands Keystone XL Pipeline Protest

On November 6, 2011, thousands of people gathered outside the White House to protest the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline that would go from the Tarsands in Alberta, Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. Among those who participated were current and former members of WCL's Environmental Law Society and Professor Bill Snape, who is also Senior Counsel at the Center for Biological Diversity.



Left: Professor Bill Snape, the Center for Biological Diversity's Polar Bear, and ELS Students Chelsea Tu and Joel Scata take part in the protest.










A fake pipeline reading "Stop the XL Pipeline" was carried by protesters walking to encircle the White House.





Current ELS Board Members Joel Scata and Chelsea Tu with former ELS Board Member Winfield Wilson.













Left: ELS Vice President Chelsea Tu holds up the "Y" of the "Occupy Earth" sign above.

WCL Students, including Veronica Gonzalez, Chelsea Tu, Joel Scata, and Ashley Gardana join WCL alumna Laura Peterson, Professor Bill Snape and the Center for Biological Diversity's Polar Bear in urging the White House to say NO to the Keystone XL Pipeline.


*Photo Credit (for all photos): Kim Scata.