FERC Rubberstamps Jordan Cove LNG Export Project: Governor Brown and Oregon agencies hold the final decision


Forrest English, Rogue Riverkeeper, 541-488-9831

Hannah Sohl, Rogue Climate, 541-840-1065

Francis Eatherington, Landowner, 541-643-1309  

FERC Rubberstamps Jordan Cove LNG Export Project

Governor Brown and Oregon agencies hold the final decision

Medford, OR – Today, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) released its Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the Jordan Cove Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal and Pacific Connector pipeline. Despite clear adverse impacts to forests, streams and species that would be harmed by the proposed terminal and pipeline, FERC staff recommended approval to the Commission. The FEIS follows a decade-long pattern of FERC approving LNG terminals throughout the United States over the objections of local residents, scientists, U.S. businesses, private landowners, and state agencies.

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Press Release: Hundreds Rally in Coos Bay to Oppose Jordan Cove LNG Export

Mary Geddry- (541) 551 1492
Grace Warner- (541) 808 0842 / (530) 574 1105
Alex Harris- (541) 324 1343

Today hundreds of impacted community members and supporters from across Oregon are joining together in Coos Bay for a rally to oppose the Jordan Cove Export Terminal and Pacific Connector Pipeline. Community members are marching onto the McCullough Bridge in North Bend this afternoon, calling on Governor Kate Brown to take an active stance against the proposed export project. Paddlers in kayaks and canoes in the water are joining marchers on the bridge above, carrying signs that say “Kate Brown: Save salmon!” and “Not by land, not by sea- No LNG!”  The rally begins at noon, at Ferry Road Park in North Bend

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Southern Oregon Hikers Begin 232-mile Protest Against LNG Pipeline


On Saturday, August 22nd, a crew of hikers began a 232-mile trek across Southern Oregon to raise awareness about the impacts of the proposed Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline and Jordan Cove Export Terminal. For the next five weeks, hikers will follow the flagged pipeline route as closely as possible on public land, along nearby roads, and where permitted by private landowners. Three hikers will complete the entire journey, with about fifteen others joining for shorter sections along the way

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Making Talent More Energy Efficient

Article in the Mail Tribune

TALENT — A group of Talent residents working to make it easier for schools, governments, residents and businesses to save energy and use clean energy sources are putting on a fall workshop to discuss energy solutions that are working in other communities. Rogue Climate Talent will put on a daylong workshop Oct. 24 at the Talent Community Center with help from Sustainable Northwest and the Lake County Resource Initiative. Rogue Climate Talent also will put on a "Clean Energy Market" at the Talent Skate Park Sept. 11 in conjunction with Talent's regular Friday-evening market.

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Diverse Group of Youth Stage Creative LNG Pipeline Protest in Medford

MEDFORD, OR– Youth climate justice advocates plan to stage creative protests against the proposed Jordan Cove Energy Project at 11:30 at the Vogel Plaza in Medford today. The youth will display large banners, enact a symbolic "die in," perform passionate spoken word and march in procession with supporters from the local No LNG Campaign. Before congregating in downtown Medford, the group will deliver a symbolic message to Pacific Connector at their office on Highway 62, denying them a permit to "destroy the future." Issues ranging from climate destabilization to the disruption of Indigenous burial grounds unite the group around a common cause to stop the pipeline. Read full press release from the youth below. 

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