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
Fracking for fossil fuels causes new pipelines and LNG export,
and without investment none of that will happen.
Come celebrate with S.A.V.E as we take part in the Global
Divestment Day Movement!
Come learn about divestment
from fossil fuels and how the VSU community can
get involved to better our future!!!
|Where?||VSU Palms Quad|
|When?||Feb. 12, 2015|
What is Global
Continue reading Cookout at VSU for Global Divestment –S.A.V.E.
From VSU’s front lawn, marching up Patterson Street, Students Against Violating the Environment (S.A.V.E.) today.
That’s first in 1,2,3 against Sabal Trail.
They’re marching to #2,
the protest in front of the Sabal Trail Valdosta office,
the Sabal Trail Open House in Jasper, FL, all today.
S.A.V.E.’s facebook event
And here’s S.A.V.E. president Adriana Taylor and former president Danielle Jordan
protesting the pipeline in Leesburg, GA 10 July 2014:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Valdosta, 28 March 2014 — Come
to the SpectraBusters community panel about the Sabal Trail
methane Pipeline Saturday at Valdosta State University, to
learn how the pipeline could affect you, your property, and
our community. Discussion will be followed by a question and
answer session, in this free event, to which elected and
appointed officials and candidates and the public are
Continue reading Panel Discussion, Sabal Trail Pipeline, Valdosta State University
29 March 2014
3PM to 5PM
Student Union Theater
Valdosta State University
1500 N. Patterson Street
Valdosta, GA 31698
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Valdosta, 23 March 2014 — All
of south Georgia and north Florida drinks out of the
Floridan Aquifer, where the FERC Scoping meetings and a
SpectraBusters community panel meet this week about Sabal
Trail’s attempt to take our lands to gouge a 100-foot
right of way for a 36-inch methane pipeline through our
fragile karst limestone, risking turning our springs into
sinkholes. Continue reading No Pipeline in our Aquifer in north Florida and south Georgia