Statewide Action to Stop the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Storage Facility in Robeson County, NC

Saturday, November 16th , 2019 beginning at 10:00am in Maxton, NC

March for Justice Launch Site: Open Field on Old Red Springs Road
across from United by Faith Church, 171 Doc Henderson Road,
Maxton, NC
. Updated: Gather at Oxendine Elementary School, 559 Oxendine Rd., Maxton, NC.

The one billion cubic foot capacity liquefied natural gas storage and processing facility is part of a massive, harmful fossil fuel infrastructure build-out in Robeson County — all located in an 8-mile radius of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline terminus in Prospect. The LNG facility is also 4 miles from Maxton, a predominately African American town. The need for new natural gas infrastructure is unsubstantiated according to the NC Department of Environmental Quality, which stated recently, “The cost of renewable energy resources is rapidly declining, and the economics now favor utility-scale solar and onshore wind plus storage over construction of natural gas infrastructure” (NC Department of Environmental Quality Comments to FERC on Mountain Valley Pipeline Expansion, September 16, 2019).

Join us November 16th as we march!

We are individuals and organizations who oppose the expansion of carbon- based fuels and who promote clean, renewable energy and job growth in North Carolina.
For more information, contact:
Jeff Currie, Lumber River Keeper – 252-419-2565 – lumberrk@winyahrivers.org
Rev. Mac Legerton, NC Climate Solutions Coalition – 910-736-5573 – mac@ncclimatesolutions.org
David Lowry – davidshanelowry@gmail.com – 919-538-8561
Sallie McLean, Concerned Citizens of Maxton – 910-587-3388 – mcleansallie@yahoo.com

Sponsored by the Robeson County Coalition to Protect Our Sacred Lands and Waters