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Don’t let your city be the site of the next oil train disaster. Sign up NOW to join our friends at Forest Ethics and the Stop Oil Trains movement next Thursday, February 4, at a public hearing and rally to stop the Phillips 66 bomb train terminal.


Big Oil giant Phillips 66 wants to build a rail terminal at its refinery in San Luis Obispo County so they can accept trains carrying highly toxic and explosive crude oil. If approved, mile-long oil trains will roll through Los Angeles, the Bay Area and hundreds of California communities nearly every day en route to the Phillips 66 refinery.1 

Tens of thousands of Californians – including nurses, teachers, first responders, elected officials, students and even the city Councils of Los Angeles, San Jose and Santa Barbara  – have voiced their opposition to the project. Now we need to make sure the decision-makers in San Luis Obispo truly hear us.

Click here to RSVP and get more details on bus tickets and ride-shares to the hearing!

The San Luis Obispo Planning Commission will hold a public hearing next week, and we need to show them that residents and allies across the state are watching. Even if you don't live nearby, your participation is essential -- and our friends in the Stop Oil Trains movement have organized buses and ride-shares from many communities including L.A., Santa Barbara and San Jose.2 

Together, we can stop Phillips 66 from putting Californian’s health and safety at risk -- but only if you show up with us! Click here to RSVP and get more details on bus tickets.


Drew and the band the bomb train crew at Environmental Action

P.S. - Can’t join us in SLO? Click here to add your name to the petition to stop the Phillips 66 project!

1 - Cynthia Lambert, Phillips 66 oil-by-rail proposal prompts a statewide outcry, The Tribune, Jully 11, 2015

2 - Forest Ethics, GET TO THE SLO STOP PHILLIPS 66 RALLY, February 4th, 2016


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