From Team 350 <[email protected]>
Subject Tell Biden Energy Secretary Granholm: Thank you for pausing LNG, but we need more
Date February 2, 2024 5:30 PM
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John -

Last week, the Biden Administration announced its decision to pause
approval of 17 new liquified natural gas (LNG) export terminals!^1

It is a major first step, but we know what must come after the pause: a
rejection of these LNG projects and a full phaseout of ALL fossil fuels.

LNG is a fossil fuel, and the largest of these proposed export facilities,
CP2, would be located in the Gulf region and have 20 times the emissions
of the Willow Project in Alaska.^2

These carbon bomb export projects would be disastrous for our planet and
frontline communities — like those in the Gulf Coast who have fought
against gas and oil projects and for their homes and lives for decades.

Although the Biden Administration and Energy Secretary Granholm have made
a significant stand against fossil fuels, it is not enough on its own.
They must now take the next step: fully reject all LNG terminals and phase
out fossil fuels. But we need your help to show massive resistance to
these projects.

[ [link removed] ]Can you send a message to the Biden Administration and ask them to stop
all new LNG export terminals permanently?

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Frontline communities in the Gulf have been leading the fight against LNG
for years. And just earlier this month, our movement showed up at the
Americas Energy Summit to help amplify their message: the LNG industry is
not welcome there.

The Americas Energy Summit is a fossil fuel industry gathering in New
Orleans to promote liquified natural gas and other fracked-gas energy
sources that place disproportionate environmental and health burdens on
Gulf Coast communities.

We joined Sunrise NOLA, 350 NOLA, Movement Catalyst, and other partners to
intervene both inside and outside of the summit to let the LNG industry
know that they are NOT welcome in the Gulf Coast region, or anywhere.^3

The energy from our movement was powerful.

Candice Fortin, our U.S. Campaigns Manager, said about the event:
“America’s Energy Summit may have kicked a few of us out, but we just ran
up with hundreds more.”

Now, we need your help to keep this momentum strong and ensure that Biden
continues to feel the pressure from our movement to STOP these projects
once and for all.

[ [link removed] ]Will you send a message to the White House right now calling on the
Biden Administration to stop all 17 proposed LNG gas projects?

With determination,

Team 350

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2 - [ [link removed] ]The Guardian

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