OPAL Opposes Jordan Cove LNG


January 11th, stand with us against dangerous new fossil fuel infrastructure! RSVP here!

OPAL stands in solidarity with the Karuk, Yurok, and Klamath Tribes, along with Rogue Climate, 350, and others who come together to oppose the Jordan Cove LNG Export Terminal and the Pacific Connector Pipeline.

To stop the destruction of our communities and our planet, we must be visionary and oppositional, stop the bad and build the new. As members of the Oregon Just Transition Alliance, we are proud to support the statewide movement to transition from an extractive economy to a living and regenerative way of managing our resources.

The Jordan Cove LNG Export Terminal, if completed, would become the single largest source of climate pollution in the state of Oregon by 2020. If we allow the project to continue, it would undermine the state’s action to address climate change.

We say “NO!” to fossil fuel infrastructure that continues to threaten indigenous lands and waterways and the health of our planet.

On January 11th, join us for a day of action and tell Gov. Brown to Stand Up for Climate and Stop the Pipeline. On this day Oil Change International and the NO LNG Exports Coalition will be releasing the first ever lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions analysis of this project.



Join the day of action – RSVP HERE

Gov. Brown: Stand Up for the Climate, Stop the Pipeline Rally

Oregon State Capitol Steps (900 Court St NE, Salem, Oregon 97301)

Thursday, January 11

Rally from 12:30pm – 1:30pm

Lobby visits starting at 1:30pm

Carpools are leaving from across the state, more information HERE

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Posted in Against Extraction, Climate Justice, Coalition Building, Just Transitions.