Beyond Extreme Energy



UPDATE: FERC is so afraid of our feedback that they've asked Federal Protective Services to reschedule their meeting "to better ensure the safety of its staff and the public." But our peaceful protest isn't a risk, FERC's climate-destroying policy is.

Sign here or donate to show FERC that climate change is a moment when as humanity we cannot remain silent. We must hold those accountable who are causing and furthering our climate crisis.

This is why we're going back to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) May 21-29 in Washington, D.C. with a coalition of frontline groups and activists called Beyond Extreme Energy.

Why FERC? Robert Kennedy, Jr. has called them “a rogue agency, a captive agency.” FERC is the federal agency which, among other duties, has to approve proposed interstate natural gas pipelines, compressor stations, export terminals and other gas infrastructure. And approve is what they do; they are a rubber stamp for the fracking industry.

At this time of crisis, we need a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that does what is right, not a weak body whose funding comes from fees paid by the gas industry and other fossil fuel companies they “regulate.” And that means all of us need to take action to stop disastrous fossil fuel expansion -– more fracking, more gas pipelines, export terminals and other extreme energy projects.  Together we will promote a pathway for FERC to transform into a leading institution that can support the shift from fossil fuels to wind, solar, and other renewables.

We must transform FERC and other government agencies from rubber stamp agencies that permit our doom, into drivers of the solutions we need to stop climate change. Stopping FERC in an important front in the struggle to end corporate control of our government.

Sign on here to support us.



This petition has a goal of 25000 signatures
3301-3325 of 16081 signatures
Number Date Name Your comment to FERC:
12781 2.6 years ago Pat Rabin
12780 2.6 years ago Kelly Macarthur
12779 2.6 years ago Stephen Mudrick
12778 2.6 years ago Anonymous Both the economic and environmental consequences of additional fossil fuel infrastructure are being supported with cherry picked perspectives. End to end data on natural gas processes are not 'clean...
12777 2.6 years ago Anita Kreager
12776 2.6 years ago Stephanie Stuckey
12775 2.6 years ago Geoffrey Fisher
12774 2.6 years ago Dianne Miller
12773 2.6 years ago Haven Knight
12772 2.6 years ago Ginnie Preuss
12771 2.6 years ago Jeremiah Vallo
12770 2.6 years ago Claire Carsman
12769 2.6 years ago David Steiner
12768 2.6 years ago Christine Koehler
12767 2.6 years ago Cecilie Gardner
12766 2.6 years ago Terri Henry
12765 2.6 years ago Anna Marco
12764 2.6 years ago A Michael Dianich
12763 2.6 years ago Bo Breda
12762 2.6 years ago Louise Bartholomew
12761 2.6 years ago Jennifer Scott
12760 2.6 years ago Alexandria Schroeder
12759 2.6 years ago Homer Shannon Come up with a master plan for national energy that includes renewables. THEN consider fracking permits, pipeline permits, etc.
12758 2.6 years ago Richard Marshall
12757 2.6 years ago Anonymous Fracking costs too much in precious resources such as clean water and air and it is uses more energy to get out the gas than it actually supplies. It is time to put an end to this destructive pract...
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