FANG Fighting Against Natural Gas-March From Burrillville to downtown Providence.

Posted: February 24, 2015 in Call to Action, Fight Back, Solidarity

Next week members of FANG are going on a three day, 28 mile march from a fracked-gas compressor station in Burrillville, RI to downtown Providence.

The compressor station would nearly double in capacity as part of a billion dollar proposed pipeline expansion proposed by Spectra Energy. Construction could begin as early as April.

We’re doing this march to bring the stories of those that would be most impacted by the Spectra pipeline expansion to Rhode Island’s elected leaders.

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'Next week members of FANG are going on a three day, 28 mile march from a fracked-gas compressor station in Burrillville, RI to downtown Providence.

The compressor station would nearly double in capacity as part of a billion dollar proposed pipeline expansion proposed by Spectra Energy. Construction could begin as early as April.

We're doing this march to bring the stories of those that would be most impacted by the Spectra pipeline expansion to Rhode Island's elected leaders. The voices of those at the frontlines of fossil fuel infrastructure and climate change have been ignored for too long.

But we need your help to make this march a success. There are plenty of roles to be filled, including marchers, drivers and medics. We're also planning events and nonviolent actions for when the march enters Providence next Friday.

Sign up to participate here: http://www.fangtogether.org/the-march

Together we can #StopSpectra'

 

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