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KassieSiegel
Director, Center for Biological Diversity's Climate Law Institute; Climate Director, Center Action Fund. .
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Democracy Now! 46m
Replying to @NPR
Justice Ginsburg's death opens up a Supreme Court seat in the midst of a heated election year. In her final days, according to , Ginsburg told her granddaughter: "My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed."
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. aide to oil industry: “I talk to the governor every single day, and so when my voice rings in his ear, your voice rings in his ear.” More in must-read investigation: Stop
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Jason Pfeifle 5h
. has added more fuel to the by issuing 1500+ new oil & gas permits in 2020. TELL : It’s time to stop with new fossil fuel projects. SIGN👇👇👇
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Mark Olalde 11h
INVESTIGATION: California oil companies are prone to spills, but regulators are slow to force cleanup. In some cases, companies even profit handsomely off the disasters. New from the fabulous , w/ , for and .
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Omonigho Oiyemhonlan 8h
The path forward for CA⬇️ 1) End fossil fuel infrastructure 2) 100% clean electricity by 2030 3) Phase out dirty energy in our homes 4) 100% ZEV sales by 2030 5) Appoint strong climate justice leaders
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KassieSiegel 6h
Must-read, massive bombshell report details brutal damage to our state b/c gives big oil what they want. There's never been a better time to stop permitting new wells & protect communities.
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Last Chance Alliance 7h
. "has quietly been approving more and more new oil & gas permits here in CA: literally fueling the fire that is contributing to larger, faster blazes." : This is a . Stop . Phase out fossil fuels.
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CBECal 9h
does not affect Californians equally—those hardest hit will continue to be communities of color, frontline workers, & low-income communities. : California needs bold, equitable solutions.
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KassieSiegel 8h
. investigation: lets big oil earns millions from their oil spills 1 spill site alone leaked 16.8 million gallons since 2003 & Chevron made $11.6 “It’s completely obscene" - Stop
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Gladys Limon 9h
The does not affect Californians equally—those hardest hit will continue to be communities of color, frontline workers, & low-income communities. call on to commit to bold, climate justice solutions.
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Ted Goldberg 10h
Great reporting by at and at on the big spills in California's oil fields over the years and how companies profit off of them.
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KassieSiegel 11h
Blockbuster investigation: allows oil companies to "contain and commercialize" oil spills, "despite warnings by staffers about environmental and human harm." “It’s completely obscene that oil companies can cause an oil spill and then profit off it" -
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KassieSiegel 11h
Thank u for blockbuster investigation. "An analysis of production records by The Desert Sun and ProPublica found that over the past 20 years, 14 [oil spill] of sites have spilled a combined 20 million gallons of oil."
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KassieSiegel Sep 17
A single idle "well from hell" in CA "leaked 32.7 metric tons of methane, enough to melt a sizable iceberg.” stop : 🛑 STOP new fossil fuel permits 💧DROP existing oil production 🌇ROLL out a 2,500-ft buffer
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KassieSiegel Sep 17
A single idle "well from hell" in CA "leaked 32.7 metric tons of methane, enough to melt a sizable iceberg.” tells its full story in exhaustively researched & beautifully written feature: via
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KassieSiegel Sep 17
. is talking the climate talk—but not walking the walk. His administration is enabling Big Oil to drill, baby, drill. Fossil fuels got us into this crisis—, it's on you to stop the drilling. Stop . No new wells.
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Sacramento Youth Vs Big Oil Sep 15
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Clark Williams-Derry Sep 17
This is a HUGE story in oil and gas right now. Orphan wells -- sometimes abandoned during bankruptcy -- are a major source of methane leaks. And with insufficient bonding & horrific oil & gas finances, things are just going to get worse.
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KassieSiegel Sep 17
. to : "Talk is cheap. What's next, Newsom?" More 750 orgs, enviro justice, health, youth, faith, labor, conservation, moms⬇️
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KassieSiegel Sep 17
Replying to @Sammy_Roth @lat
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