Posts By Chris Eaton

Chris Eaton - who has written 4 posts on Rainforest Action Network Blog.

Chris Eaton drives Rainforest Action Networks online campaigns targeting destructive fossil fuels, the government agencies that allow them and the banks that fund them. He's a San Francisco Bay Area native but currently lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. You can follow him on twitter at @chr15_eat0n.

PHOTOS: 5 Things the Galveston Bay Oil Spill Says About Keystone XL

By Chris Eaton, March 27 2014

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PHOTOS: 5 Things the Galveston Bay Oil Spill Says About Keystone XL

On Saturday, March 22, a barge carrying thick bunker fuel collided with another ship in the Houston Shipping Canal in Texas. The barge spilled 168,000 gallons of oil into the Galveston Bay, shut down the waterway for three days, and caked critical migrating bird habitat with the toxic oil. While the barge spilled bunker oil, [...]

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Hundreds Protest Keystone XL In Philly, 29 Arrested – Story In Photos

By Chris Eaton, March 10 2014

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Hundreds Protest Keystone XL In Philly, 29 Arrested – Story In Photos

While the formal public comment period on the Keystone XL pipeline came to a close last Friday (with more than two million comments against the pipeline!), KXL opponents in Philadelphia today turned from words to actions. They said no to the pipeline by putting their bodies on the line. More than one hundred protesters marched [...]

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The People vs. Big Oil – 24 hours to speak out against Keystone XL

By Chris Eaton, March 6 2014

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The People vs. Big Oil – 24 hours to speak out against Keystone XL

It’s been one month since the State Department opened the last official public comment period on the Keystone XL pipeline. There are only 24 hours left till the closing bell! This is your last chance to be officially heard on the pipeline—which has made the public comment period one of the biggest face-offs of the [...]

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INFOGRAPHIC: 12 reasons to reject Keystone XL

By Chris Eaton, February 13 2014

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INFOGRAPHIC: 12 reasons to reject Keystone XL

It’s not a matter of if Keystone XL will spill, but when. Pipelines carrying tar sands have a horrible track record. In early 2013, 80,000 gallons of tar sands crude devastated a residential neighborhood in Mayflower, AK. And 2010 saw the worst oil spill in Michigan State history when a tar sands pipeline spilled 900,000 [...]

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