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Environmental Groups Urge DRBC to Vote NO on Gibbstown LNG

GIBBSTOWN, NJ-- Wednesday, December 9th, the Delaware River Basin Commission will take action on the proposed Gibbstown LNG Export Terminal Dock 2. Public opposition against the project has been overwhelming in the Delaware Region but also in Puerto Rico and Ireland. A coalition of organizations has mobilized together sending emails, letters, and garnering hundreds of thousands of signed petitions rejecting this project. 

Who: The Delaware Basin Commission

What: DRBC December Business Meeting

Where: Online: Please click the link to join the webinar: https://zoom.us/j/97554950658

Webinar ID: 975 5495 0658

iPhone one-tap: +13017158592,,97554950658#

Telephone:+1 301-715-8592

When: Wednesday, December 9th at 10:30 am

Link to DRBC Meeting Info: https://www.nj.gov/drbc/meetings/upcoming/index.html

“This week, tens of thousands of people throughout the region have called on their Governors in the region to stop the Gibbstown LNG terminal. They need to vote NO at the DRBC vote in order to protect the drinking water for 15 million people and the safety and health of our communities. This is the most important DRBC vote they have had in decades. The council and the Governors must vote NO,” said Jeff Tittel, Director of the New Jersey Sierra Club. “Opposition has been growing, not only in the Delaware Region, but Puerto Rico and Ireland have already said no to this dangerous and unneeded project and so should the Governor!”

 

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