All this week, we are joining in one voice using many different mediums to make certain the Delaware River Basin Commissioners hear us. At their December 9th meeting they may take action on the pending approval of Dock 2 that would be used for the export of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) from the Gibbstown terminal. Please join in - or continue to take part if you are already engaged on this - to tell them to vote NO on the approval of the proposed Gibbstown LNG Export Terminal (“Dock 2”) when they meet. #DRBCNoLNG!
CNBNews Editor's Note: We apologize for the delay in posting this release as we just received it today, December 4,
Two ways to do this for the rest of this week -
- THURSDAY, 12/3 is INSTAGRAM DAY! Take a photo or make a video and send it with your post to the Governors – their accounts are all in our Toolkit in the Week of Action Facebook Event.
We have provided many images for you to copy and paste and you can take a photo of yourself holding a sign telling the Governors to vote no. Go to the link and have fun! It’s all about speaking to the Governors who will decide on this permit.
- FRIDAY, 12/4 PETITION and Delivery DAY!
It’s not too late to sign the petition to the DRBC Commissioners, which will be delivered on Friday. Please go here now and sign it.
As you can see in the Toolkit for Petition and Delivery Day, we will be sending all the resolutions, sign-on letters, emails, petitions and other expressions of opposition to the DRBC voting members – the four Governors and the federal representative from the Army Corps of Engineers - on Friday, the last day of the Week of Action. At the last DRBC meeting in September, the approval for this project was delayed and a “stay” put in place that has prevented construction. We spoke with a unified voice to DRBC for that meeting and they heard us.
Let’s do it again!
Thank you to all who are participating in this broad coalition effort to stop this treacherously dangerous LNG export project, with its enormous public safety and environmental footprint across our 4 watershed states and the indelible climate impacts, water quality impacts and ecosystem harm it would have on us now and on future generations. For more information.