Take Direct Action to Stop Trump's FERC Appointments
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is down to two commissioners. With anything less than three commissioners, the agency lacks the quorum it needs to approve interstate fracked gas pipelines, compressor stations, and export terminals. If we can stop or delay Trump's upcoming FERC appointments, we can stop or delay all fossil fuel infrastructure before the commission.

FERC's permits are a form of violence. They leave our communities and the climate deeply hurt and threatened. Anything we can do to stop or delay them is something very worth while.

Beyond Extreme Energy and our allies are working hard to pressure our senators to vote no on new FERC appointments. One such effort you can join is here, from the Delaware Riverkeeper Network: http://www.delawareriverkeeper.org/urgent-help-needed

When the Senate Hearings start happening, however, we need to be ready to stop or delay the nominations through non-violent direct action. These actions can be at the Senate Hearings in DC, or at your Senators' offices close to where you live.

If you might be able to participate in such actions, please fill out the form below.

We don't know when the hearings will be or how much advance notice we'll have. As more details emerge, we will be in touch.

In the mean time, feel free to write to Actions@BeyondExtremeEnergy.org if you have questions or comments.

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