Offshore Oil and Gas Opposition Letter

From ActCoastal

Month February
Year 2018
Summary The Commission voted on a draft letter to the federal Bureau of Ocean and Energy management expressing the concern and strong opposition to the proposed federal 2019-2024 Draft Proposed National Oil and Gas Leasing Program. Executive Director Jack Ainsworth remarked that the Administration is putting California’s precious resources at risk and does not appear to not share California’s values. He emphasized that our future lies with renewable energy production and that California is firmly committed to reducing greenhouse gases. A representative for Congressman Salud Carbajal spoke in support of the letter as well as the Surfrider Foundation, the California Coastal Protection Network and several local residents. The Commission approved the brief, strongly worded letter unanimously. Future, more detailed comment letters are expected in the near future.
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Outcome Description The letter was approved unanimously.
Why You Should Care New offshore oil and gas leases would be a massive step back in progress toward protecting California’s precious coastal resources and climate change adaptation planning.
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Decision Type Commission Correspondence
Staff Recommendation Approval of Commission Correspondence
Staff Report
Opposition to Project
Coastal Act Policies Chapter 3

Voting Detail for Offshore Oil and Gas Opposition Letter

Individual vote detail for Issue: Offshore Oil and Gas Opposition Letter
Effie Turnbull-SandersGood Vote
Dayna BochcoGood Vote
Ryan SundbergGood Vote
Mary LuevanoGood Vote
Sara AminzadehGood Vote
Donne BrownseyGood Vote
Aaron PeskinGood Vote
Mark VargasGood Vote
Carole GroomGood Vote
Erik HowellGood Vote
Steve PadillaGood Vote
Roberto UrangaGood Vote

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