Governor Brown: The Time is Now! Rally to Stop Jordan Cove LNG! Eugene Carpool and RSVP
Start: Thursday, November 21, 2019•11:00 AM • Pacific Time (US & Canada) (GMT-08:00)
End: Thursday, November 21, 2019•12:30 PM • Pacific Time (US & Canada) (GMT-08:00)
It appears likely that the federal government is going to try to rubber stamp the Jordan Cove LNG project, making it more important than ever for Governor Kate Brown to stop the fracked gas pipeline and export terminal once and for all.
Can you come on Thursday, November 21, to the Oregon State Capitol to tell Governor Brown to stop Jordan Cove LNG and protect Oregon’s powers to protect our land, water, existing jobs, and quality of life?
Make a pledge to show up and submit your RSVP now. Stay tuned for important updates. ** WEAR RED **
Carpools From Eugene: Meet at FUMC, 1376 Olive St. Please arrive by 8:45 a.m. We leave for Salem by 9 a.m. Coffee/Tea/Snacks & Lunch (Tamales: Vegan, Chicken, Vegetarian) provided by the coalition at the rally. Share on Facebook HERE
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) will be making its decision about Jordan Cove LNG this February. Meanwhile, the federal administration is trying to rewrite laws to take away our state’s rights to stop fossil fuel projects.This makes it even more urgent that the State of Oregon act in January and February to deny two critical state permits that are still pending and challenge any permit approvals from the Federal Government. For over a decade, this project has threatened private landowners, tribal sites and cultural resources, public safety, and existing jobs in fishing, tourism, and more. Governor Brown cannot claim to be a climate champion while remaining silent on a proposed fracked gas export project that would become Oregon's single largest climate polluter. Click here to learn more about the NO LNG Exports Coalition and the campaign to protect Oregon from the Jordan Cove fracked gas project.
More Reason to show up in Salem on the 21st! This news does not mean that FERC has approved the project: 11/15/2019 Coalition Press Release: Federal Environmental Impact Statement for Jordan Cove LNG remains deficient while required permit approvals still missing Some of the Articles that followed: OPB: Jordan Cove Final Environmental Impact Document