Join the No LNG Exports Coalition for a day action at the Capitol on Thursday, January 11th to ask Governor Brown to stand up for the climate by denying the Pacific Connector fracked gas Pipeline and Jordan Cove LNG Export Terminal!
On this day Oil Change International and the No LNG Exports Coalition will be releasing a groundbreaking study on the lifecycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions of the pipeline and export facility.
The Pacific Connector Pipeline is a proposed 229-mile pipeline that would take fracked gas sourced from the Rocky mountains from Malin to Coos Bay, where it would be liquefied and exported from a giant new facility called the Jordan Cove LNG Export terminal. This project would become the largest source of climate pollution in Oregon and would undermine action to meet goals to protect our climate and transition to renewable energy. The Governor and her State Agencies have the authority to deny permits and stop this project. We need Governor Kate Brown to stand up for the climate and stop this project for good.
FOR CARPOOLS CONTACT (before 5pm on Wednesday, Jan 10):
Klamath County- Allie, Rogue Climate, email@example.com
Jackson County- Lupe, Rogue Climate, firstname.lastname@example.org
Douglas County- Lupe, Rogue Climate, email@example.com
Coos County- Lupe, Rogue Climate, firstname.lastname@example.org
Eugene- Carolyn, 350Eugene, email@example.com
Corvallis- Susi, No LNG Exports Coalition, firstname.lastname@example.org
Portland-Area: Bonnie, Stop Fracked Gas PDX, 503-705-1943. email@example.com
More details to come soon!
For more information check out www.noLNGexports.org
900 Court St NE
Salem, OR 97301
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