Pipelines, export terminals and other fossil fuel infrastructure marching into many of our communities can seem inevitable. But it's not. We proved that last year when we stopped the Keystone XL oil pipeline and the Port Ambrose fracked gas import/export terminal. Now we're showing it again and again when we fight to block new fracked gas pipelines, export terminals, compressor stations and more.
What works when fighting a pipeline or export terminal? How can you stand up to the fossil fuel industry and what are your rights as a citizen, landowner and environmentalist? To answer that question we're partnering up with the Halt the Harm Network and Stop the Frack Attack to host an educational webinar on "The Collision of Private Interests and Oil & Gas Regulations" on April 6, at 6 p.m. Eastern. RSVP here to join us!
Our featured panel will include: DeSmogBlog's Steve Horn, Greenpeace researcher Jesse Coleman, Delaware Riverkeeper Maya van Rossum, and Beyond Extreme Energy's Ellen Taylor. Each member is a unique expert in a range of tactics, from investigative journalism to petitions and direct action. Together with frontline anti-fossil fuel activists we'll talk through the best strategies to address federal and state-specific regulatory bodies and beat the oil and gas industry.
We invite you to take this unique opportunity to learn about what others are doing and make a plan with us to push for transparency, accountability and a safe planet for everyone. But most importantly, we invite you to learn how we can build a stronger movement. Click here to RSVP and join us Wednesday evening!
Thanks for joining us,
Drew and the anti-fracking crew at Environmental Action