Activists protest against pipeline project

Anti-fracking activists protested against the proposed Keystone XL pipeline in lower Manhattan, New York City. Across the country numerous protests are planned on what activists are calling a national day of action to 'Draw the Line' on tar sands, Keystone XL, and fracking which many people believe are contributing to climate change and other environmental issues affecting communities. The controversial Keystone XL pipeline project looks to get US permission to funnel Canadas carbon-heavy oil sands across the United States to refineries on the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coasts.
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Anti-fracking and Keystone XL pipeline activists demonstrate in lower Manhattan on September 21, 2013 in New York City. Across the country numerous protests are planned on what activists are calling a national day of action to 'Draw the Line' on tar sands, Keystone XL, and fracking which many people believe are contributing to climate change and other environmental issues affecting communities. The controversial Keystone XL pipeline project looks to get U.S. permission to funnel CanadaÕs carbon-heavy oil sands across the United States to refineries on the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coasts. (Getty Images)
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Anti-fracking and Keystone XL pipeline activists demonstrate in lower Manhattan on September 21, 2013 in New York City. Across the country numerous protests are planned on what activists are calling a national day of action to 'Draw the Line' on tar sands, Keystone XL, and fracking which many people believe are contributing to climate change and other environmental issues affecting communities. The controversial Keystone XL pipeline project looks to get U.S. permission to funnel CanadaÕs carbon-heavy oil sands across the United States to refineries on the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coasts. (Getty Images)
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Anti-fracking and Keystone XL pipeline activists demonstrate in lower Manhattan on September 21, 2013 in New York City. Across the country numerous protests are planned on what activists are calling a national day of action to 'Draw the Line' on tar sands, Keystone XL, and fracking which many people believe are contributing to climate change and other environmental issues affecting communities. The controversial Keystone XL pipeline project looks to get U.S. permission to funnel CanadaÕs carbon-heavy oil sands across the United States to refineries on the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coasts. (PGetty Images)
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Students from Global Kids make a poster as hundreds of anti-fracking and Keystone XL pipeline activists demonstrate in lower Manhattan on September 21, 2013 in New York City. Across the country numerous protests are planned on what activists are calling a national day of action to 'Draw the Line' on tar sands, Keystone XL, and fracking which many people believe are contributing to climate change and other environmental issues affecting communities. The controversial Keystone XL pipeline project looks to get U.S. permission to funnel CanadaÕs carbon-heavy oil sands across the United States to refineries on the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coasts. (Getty Images)
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Anti-fracking and Keystone XL pipeline activists demonstrate in lower Manhattan on September 21, 2013 in New York City. Across the country numerous protests are planned on what activists are calling a national day of action to 'Draw the Line' on tar sands, Keystone XL, and fracking which many people believe are contributing to climate change and other environmental issues affecting communities. The controversial Keystone XL pipeline project looks to get U.S. permission to funnel CanadaÕs carbon-heavy oil sands across the United States to refineries on the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coasts. (Getty Images)
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Anti-fracking and Keystone XL pipeline activists demonstrate in lower Manhattan on September 21, 2013 in New York City. Across the country numerous protests are planned on what activists are calling a national day of action to 'Draw the Line' on tar sands, Keystone XL, and fracking which many people believe are contributing to climate change and other environmental issues affecting communities. The controversial Keystone XL pipeline project looks to get U.S. permission to funnel CanadaÕs carbon-heavy oil sands across the United States to refineries on the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coasts. (Getty Images)
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Anti-fracking and Keystone XL pipeline activists demonstrate in lower Manhattan on September 21, 2013 in New York City. Across the country numerous protests are planned on what activists are calling a national day of action to 'Draw the Line' on tar sands, Keystone XL, and fracking which many people believe are contributing to climate change and other environmental issues affecting communities. The controversial Keystone XL pipeline project looks to get U.S. permission to funnel CanadaÕs carbon-heavy oil sands across the United States to refineries on the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coasts. (Getty Images)
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Josh Fox, the director of 'Gasland' I and II speaks as hundreds of anti-fracking and Keystone XL pipeline activists demonstrate in lower Manhattan on September 21, 2013 in New York City. Across the country numerous protests are planned on what activists are calling a national day of action to 'Draw the Line' on tar sands, Keystone XL, and fracking which many people believe are contributing to climate change and other environmental issues affecting communities. The controversial Keystone XL pipeline project looks to get U.S. permission to funnel Canada's carbon-heavy oil sands across the United States to refineries on the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coasts. (Getty Images)