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    Jackson County Commissioners oppose proposed LNG pipeline after 700 local residents sign petitions and many comment at commission meetings

    The Jackson County Commissioners have sent a letter to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) asking the agency to uphold its decision to deny Jordan Cove/Pacific Connectors application to build a 232-mile pipeline through southern Oregon to export fracked gas from a terminal at Coos Bay. Veresen and Williams, the out-of-state companies that would stand to profit from the proposed project, have asked FERC to reconsider its denial that was issued March 11.
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    Rogue Climate is Hiring a Community Organizer

    JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: ROGUE CLIMATE COMMUNITY ORGANIZER Rogue Climate is hiring a community organizer to support the expansion of our Clean Energy Communities campaign in southern Oregon. ABOUT US Since 2014, Rogue Climate has been building a climate movement in southern Oregon to  achieve solutions to climate change that result in cleaner energy, sustainable jobs and a Healthy Climate, while preserving our rural quality of life. We have also played a lead role statewide in organizing to stop steps that take us backwards, like the proposed LNG export terminal and pipeline. Rogue Climate is committed to leadership development and uses community art projects as a way to engage people of all ages on the need for climate change action.  
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