Danger Alert! Oppose SDG&E’s new gas pipeline Now

When:
05/08/2018 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
2018-05-08T18:30:00-07:00
2018-05-08T20:30:00-07:00
Where:
St. Paul's Cathedral
2728 Sixth Avenue
San Diego, California
92103
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Ryan at SanDiego350

SanDiego350 is leading an effort in San Diego to oppose SDG&E’s proposed Pipeline 3602, which would run all the way from Rainbow down to Mira Mesa, mainly along Route 15, but possibly going through Mission Trails Park.
 
This proposed pipeline, which is double the diameter of the existing pipeline, is expensive (costing ratepayers at least $600M), unnecessary, unsafe, and would commit us to building new fossil fuel infrastructure at a time when we need to be investing in clean energy and renewable energy jobs in order to avert the worst impacts of climate change.
 
Local energy experts believe that SDG&E’s real purpose in building this pipeline is to be able to export liquified natural gas from their Baja California terminal to other nations – something that should certainly not be billed to San Diego ratepayers.
 
A preliminary decision on the pipeline at the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) could happen in the next few weeks, and we are committed to mobilizing San Diegans to oppose this project through advocacy, education, rallies, and other actions.

UPDATE: On May 2 the PUC's Administrative Law Judge recommended rejection of the proposed pipeline. Read the ruling and our press release. This is a good first step!
 
Please join us to learn about the proposed pipeline, and how you can help us ensure it is never built!

Click here to RSVP and join and share our Facebook Event. Also, click here to volunteer.

This climate chat is cosponsored by the Protect our Communities Foundation

Note: We're in the GUILD ROOM at St. Paul's Cathedral (6th Ave side). This event is free, there will be street parking only, and is open to the public. Donations welcome.