Ryan Hunter of Envy on the Coast Speaks out against the proposed construction, the effects on marine habitats, the toll of fossil fuels on human life & foreign policy & why you should contact Govenor Paterson and tell him to put an end to the proposed LNG island.
Envy on the Coast speaks out out against the proposed LNG island 13 miles south of Long Beach, NY. from Sparrow Media on Vimeo.SIGN THE PETITION! SCROLL DOWN FOR LINKS & RESOURCES ON HOW TO GET INVOLVED.
This plan is bad for the environment, ocean life, and beach goers. It poses a threat to security in the Northeast, and it broadens our dependence on foreign sources of fossil fuels which can only lead to political tensions & potential future conflicts. Together we say NO TO LNG OFF OUR SHORES. There are a few easy ways to take action against this proposed plan to build an artificial island 13 miles south of Long Beach.
2.) STAY UP TO DATE ON THE FIGHT TO STOP THE LNG ISLAND BY SIGNING UP ON FACEBOOK CAUSES http://apps.facebook.com/causes/193079
3.) WRITE TO GOVERNOR PATERSON BY MAIL OR EMAIL
Governor David A. Paterson
Albany, NY 12224
http://188.8.131.52/govemail (governor’s email form)
4.) NJ RESIDENTS WRITE TO GOVERNOR CORZINE
Governor Jon Corzine
Office of the Governor
PO Box 001
Trenton, NJ 08625
5.) VOICE YOUR CONCERNS IN D.C.
Yvette M. Fields, Director
Office of Deepwater Ports and Offshore Activities
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE, W21-309 (MAR-530)
Washington, DC 20590
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