Action

  • No more business as usual. Tell the Senate to stop FERC now - We live a in climate changed world. From the wildfires out west to the hurricanes in the east — one making landfall this week while four more are active offshore. So why is Congress rushing to approve more Trump nominees to key energy agencies like the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)? What, exactly, would it […]
  • Tell FERC: Times up on the MVP Tell FERC: Time’s up for the Mountain Valley Pipeline - The Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) is years behind schedule, drowning in debt, and has no clear path to getting the permits it needs, let alone being built. But that didn’t stop them from going back to FERC and asking for more time. The MVP is a 303 mile long fracked gas pipeline that Equitrans plans to […]
  • Hurricane Laura from space as it made landfall in Louisiana Laura, Katrina & a chemical fire: Katrina 15 anniversary - Tomorrow marks Katrina 15, a decade and a half of ongoing recovery from Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf South. And just as organizers were gathering to mourn, remember, rally and act together – Hurricane Laura slammed into the petrochemical hub West of New Orleans. Today, thousands are without access to power, or clean water and […]
  • No BK Pipeline! Stop the North Brooklyn Fracked Gas Pipeline & LNG depot - Right now, corporate utility National Grid is expanding a massive fracked gas transmission pipeline in North Brooklyn. This project is not a replacement of leaking pipelines, it is an expansion of fossil fuel infrastructure, in the middle of a pandemic, and at the cost of our climate, communities and And worse, we have to pay […]
  • Dirty Dishonest Dominion Energy CEO Tom Farrell Don’t let Dominion exec’s off the hook for the ACP - Like all of you, we cheered big hearty cheers when the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) was finally abandoned by Duke and Dominion. We’d been fighting that racist, climate-killing, ratepayer-busting pipeline for years. And for all the time we were fighting the pipeline, the people who stood to profit were the corporate executives at Duke and […]