Oil Change International response to FERC approval of Jordan Cove LNG

March 19, 2020By Oil Change InternationalPress Releases

The Jordan Cove LNG project would be a climate disaster, responsible for at least 36 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions – more emissions than any other source in the state of Oregon if it were to be built. For over fifteen years, this project has been delayed, denied, and protested at every step of the way. Three key state permits have already been denied, rendering FERC’s approval likely impotent, and highlighting the fact that FERC acts as an industry rubber stamp, ignoring local opposition and state permitting decisions.

Oil Change International joins California environmental justice groups in opposition to A.B. 398

July 12, 2017By David TurnbullBlog Post, Press Releases

Governor Brown’s latest climate package perpetuates the myth that business as usual in the fossil fuel industry can go on with only a few small adjustments, and everything will be fine. That view may fly in the petrodollar soaked halls in Sacramento, but climate science and the health and wellbeing of communities living next to industry have a different perspective.

Don’t Frack California media roundup

March 17, 2014By David TurnbullBlog Post, Featured 4 Comments

Thousands of Californians rallied in Sacramento on March 15th, calling for Governor Jerry Brown to stop fracking in the state…and the media turned out in force as well. Below is a brief roundup of some of our favorite reports on Don’t Frack California from traditional, new, and social media. (Note: this post will be updated … Read More

Frackwater: The latest fragrance from Jerry Brown

March 5, 2014By David TurnbullBlog Post, Featured 2 Comments

A new video parody, entitled “Frack Water”, portrays a Jerry Brown look-alike outside a southern California oil field accompanied by a California oil industry representative. It’s the latest escalation in Oil Change International’s “Big Oil Brown” campaign, pushing the governor to impose a ban on fracking for oil and gas in California.