When: Thursday 2/20/14 12:00 noon to 1:30 pm
Where: War Memorial Plaza, Downtown Baltimore, Maryland
Dominion Energy wants Cove Point, originally built during the 1970s to import gas, to become the first liquefied natural gas export facility approved on the East Coast. The project would cost upwards of $3.8 billion dollars, require the construction of an energy-intensive plant on-site to liquefy and cool the gas, draw a surge of tanker traffic into the Chesapeake Bay Area and enable the export of over one billion cubic feet of carbon-emitting fracked natural gas per day.
Please sign up for a seat on the bus here. The bus leaves 8th Avenue and W. 34th Street in Manhattan, New York City at 7:30 am. The bus will stop in Bloomfield, NJ and New Brunswick, NJ as well on its way to Baltimore.
Please get on the bus to Baltimore if you can. We need to draw the line and show that people across our region want clean energy and safe communities, not a mega-export facility for dirty fracked gas!