SpectraBusters board member Debra Johnson will be a panelist
June 1st Lowndes County Democratic Party monthly meeting
about environmental issues and property rights, 6PM 1 June 2015,
at the Lowndes County Board of Elections office, 2808 North Oak Street,
This topic obviously includes among other issues the Sabal Trail fracked methane pipeline.
Other panelists will be from the Lowndes County Commission, WWALS, WACE, and SAVE.
Anyone can speak up from the audience,
local TV covered Continue reading Sabal Trail as environmental and property rights issue @ LCDP 2015-06-01
The cookout at Valdosta State
made the news, with SpectraBusters.org No Pipeline signs.
Winnie Wright, WCTV, 12 February 2015,
VSU Students Protest Against Controversial Pipeline,
Adrianna Taylor of SAVE [Students Against Violating the Environment]
says, “We’re uniting all of the global
divestment groups from across the world and trying to make a message
to the fossil fuel industry and to local governments that we want
change. We want you guys to divest from fossil fuels and make the
switch to alternative fuels.”
Taylor also says the organization hopes the University will pledge
not to invest any more money in fossil fuels.
Resolutions against the Sabal Trail pipeline have already been passed by
Lowndes County, Valdosta, and five other counties and one
other city (Albany) in Georgia and Florida.
VSU divesting its fossil fuels would send another signal.
Also, how about Continue reading VSU S.A.V.E. protest for fossil fuel divestiture and against Sabal Trail pipeline
Update 9PM 16 April 2014: Cancelled due to flood-stage water levels in the Withlacoochee River, with more rain expected Friday. To be rescheduled.
7:30 AM Saturday 19 April 2014 on the Withlacoochee River
between Valdosta and Quitman,
put in at Old Quitman Road
on the Brooks County side (just south of US 84):
Paddle past where the proposed Sabal Trail methane pipeline
would cross the Withlacoochee River, digging into our fragile
karst limesone, above our drinking-water Floridan Aquifer.
This is a joint event of Continue reading Cancelled! Paddle Against the Pipeline on the Withlacoochee River
the facebook page 3 November 2013. -jsq
Do you like drinking swimming pool cleaner, table salt, automotive
anti-freeze, household cleaners, laundry detergent, hand soap,
disinfectants, sanitizers, glass cleaner, or anti-prespirants? NO?
all of these compounds are used in the hydraulic
fracturing process (fracking) implemented by Spectra Energy, whom
wish to build a pipeline through our county from Alabama to Florida.
Join VSU students and Lowndes county members in the viewing of
GASLAND part 2. Also, theres an organized movement opposing the new
pipeline through our county and state!
-Blake Spaghetty Clark