225 years after the French Revolution began with the storming of the Bastille
on 14 July 1789, an activist dressed as the Statue of Liberty,
a French gift to the United States, was one of 24 arrested
in front of FERC, protesting fracking, pipelines, and LNG export.
Brandon Baker wrote for EcoWatch 14 July 2014,
24 Anti-Fracking Activists Arrested in Washington at First-Ever FERC Sit-In Protest,
Twenty-four anti-fracking activists were arrested Monday morning in Washington D.C. in protest of proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals in the U.S., according to environmental groups tweeting from the scene.
The protest centered on Cove Point, an export terminal that Continue reading Arrests at anti-fracking FERC sit-in protest →
Opposition to fracking, pipelines, and LNG export is nationwide and growing.
One week ago, activists from Maryland, DC, and Virginia
marched on Washington to demand an end to plans for
exporting fracked methane from Maryland.
Mike Tidwell wrote for Chesapeake Climate Action Network (ccan) 15 July 2014,
ALL ABOUT UNITY: THANK YOU AND ONWARD FROM THE STOP GAS EXPORTS RALLY,
Wow. On Sunday, the heat scorching the streets of DC was palpable. But, even more so, was the passion and power of our movement. THANKS to everyone who turned out to say NO to fracking, NO to gas exports at Cove Point, NO to runaway climate change, and YES to real clean energy solutions.
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We know the gas industry is all about division — blasting apart the rock beneath our earth, running pipelines through our towns, and further disrupting our fragile climate — now to ship the gas overseas for higher profit. Continue reading March on FERC against Cove Point LNG exports 2014-07-13 →