The Keystone XL pipeline poses an array of potential environmental health risks along with its advertised economic benefits. This map shows the projected path of the pipeline. Huffington Post plans to roll out stories over the next few weeks from farmers, Native Americans, city dwellers, and small town residents who detest the construction of this pipeline. Do your students understand how geography is a key element in this pipeline debate? How can you teach them to understand how geography affects whether people support or protest the construction of the Keystone Pipeline?