The largest mining company in the world wants to build
a Liquefied Natural Gas Terminal off the coast
of Malibu and Oxnard. This massive floating LNG terminal is
three football fields long and 14 stories high.
It would receive and store LNG, a highly flammable gas, from
huge LNG tankers that would arrive at least two to three times
a week from foreign countries overseas.
This project poses significant and potentially irreversible
impacts to our coast, our environment and the
health and safety of our children. We can stop it, but time
is short. The project may receive its first approvals
as early as Spring 2007.
CCPN (California Coastal Protection Network) is working tirelessly
to defeat this dangerous, massive project. Governor Schwarzenegger
has the power to veto this project now.
We need your help.
Here’s what you can do to help: