#StandUpCharlie

#StandUpCharlie

Since Trump's election, Governor Baker has had to be pushed to do the right thing on climate every step of the way. While he has agreed to hold Massachusetts to the Paris Accord, he has remained steadfast in his support for more fossil fuel infrastructure. These stances are incompatible views. We are asking that the Governor sign an executive order to halt new fossil fuel infrastructure in Massachusetts. 

Since Trump's election, Governor Baker has had to be pushed to do the right thing on climate every step of the way. While he has agreed to hold Massachusetts to the Paris Accord, he has remained steadfast in his support for more fossil fuel infrastructure. These stances are incompatible views. We are asking that the Governor sign an executive order to halt new fossil fuel infrastructure in Massachusetts. 

Tell Governor Baker to say NO to more Fossil Fuels

Members of the climate movement have been standing outside Governor Baker's office for months, asking him to reverse his stance on fracked gas and sign an executive order opposing new fossil fuel infrastructure in MA. Last Thursday, six of the protestors risked arrest. 

As the UN climate talks draw to a close this week, the Governor needs to hear from us now more than ever. Our message is clear: words are not enough. Saying YES to Paris means saying NO to more fossil fuels. 

Call Charlie Baker

Charlie Baker Charlie Baker Governor of Massachusetts 617-725-4005

(Remember to introduce yourself, and provide your address.)

I’m calling to ask the Governor to rethink his stance on fracked gas and sign an executive order to stop new fossil fuels projects in Massachusetts.

Here’s why:

  • More gas is not an option.  Our overdependence on it is a chief barrier to meeting our climate goals and leaves us at the mercy of greedy utility companies like Eversource. 

  • Talk about why climate action is important to you. (children, communities ...

(Remember to introduce yourself, and provide your address.)

I’m calling to ask the Governor to rethink his stance on fracked gas and sign an executive order to stop new fossil fuels projects in Massachusetts.

Here’s why:

  • More gas is not an option.  Our overdependence on it is a chief barrier to meeting our climate goals and leaves us at the mercy of greedy utility companies like Eversource. 

  • Talk about why climate action is important to you. (children, communities, natural world, etc.)

  • Thank you for stating your intention to uphold the Paris Agreement, but saying yes to Paris means saying no to gas.

(Remember to thank the staff person for his or her time!)

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