No New Fossil Infrastructure

We must achieve meaningful and equitable reductions in the pollution that is fueling the climate crisis.  Recent scientific analysis has indicated that current global fossil fuel reserves — those already leased or owned by fossil fuel companies — contain significantly more carbon than can be burned and emitted into the atmosphere if we hope to keep the planet’s warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. This includes accelerating the transition to responsibly-sited clean and renewable energy sources, rapidly phasing down fossil fuel extraction and use, ending oil and gas drilling on our public lands and waters, and stopping the expansion of fossil fuel infrastructure, especially methane gas export infrastructure. These actions would also help protect Indigenous communities and frontline communities along the Gulf Coast, Alaska, and elsewhere, whose lives and livelihoods are threatened by oil and gas drilling, pipelines, and the expansion of gas export infrastructure. Halting any new fossil infrastructure is vital to mitigating the impending climate crisis. 

No New Fossil Infrastructure

US House, TX-16

Veronica Escobar

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US House, CA-02

Jared Huffman

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US House, AZ-03

Raquel Teran

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US House, CA-44

Nanette Barragan

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US House, CA-45

Derek Tran

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US House, NY-16

Jamaal Bowman

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