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Jordan Cove: Opposition Mobilizes

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Jes Burns / EarthFix

The plans for a liquified natural gas (LNG) export at Jordan Cove on Coos Bay come before the public again soon. 

Jordan Cove has to secure a number of permits before any building takes place.  The latest permit process includes public hearings planned in the region starting January 7th in Klamath Falls, January 8th in Central Point. 

Rogue Climate and other groups in opposition are working to get people to the hearings.  An opponent affiliated with Rogue Climate visits with the reasons for not building the plant or the pipeline to it.  
 

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