This 8-minute film tells the story of the Solar XL campaign, from where we started to where we’re going. It takes you to the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation in South Dakota where the pipeline would run half a mile outside its border. It also shows the family farm of Jim Carlson in Nebraska where the first solar installation went up in his family’s corn fields. Ultimately, Solar XL is about more than standing up to one pipeline. It’s about resisting with clean energy solutions that support communities and protect our climate. Join the SolarXL Movement at http://350.org/solarxl


Date: 2017-11-10


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