Here in Oregon, a 229-mile natural gas pipeline and start export terminal are slated to be built and exporting fracked gas by 2024.
At this event Francis Eatherington, former Conservation Director for Cascadia Wildlands and Pam Ordway, impacted landowner on the fracked gas pipeline, will explain how local communities that would be affected by the project are fighting against this threat to their land, their water, and our public forests. Damon Motz-Storey from Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility will also talk about the potential impacts of this project on climate change and human health. At the end we'll have a Q&A about the project, talk about the most recent developments, and tell you how you can help stop the Jordan Cove Energy Project.
This event will be online only in light of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Join for free at https://zoom.us/j/653212070 at 7:00pm, Thursday, March 19th.
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