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No LNG banners at Oregon statehouse

January 18, 2020

Last month I designed and built five big banners for a protest at the Oregon statehouse in Salem against the Jordan Cove LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) pipeline and terminal slated for construction in Coos Bay, OR. Over 1000 people in attendance and more than 20 arrests within the Governor’s office marked an uptick in intensity for the fight against this massive project, opposition to which is being led by the Klamath and Modoc tribes of Southern Oregon and Northern California. This month is a crucial time for opposition to these plans, as key permits are about to be either approved or denied, and the movement to stop this terrible idea in its tracks is only getting bigger.

For more information about the fight visit Rogue Climate or the No LNG Exports website, and follow the sister struggle of the Unist’ot’en against pipelines in Canada.

Photos by Emma Jones and Alex Tracy.

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