Public TV series puts Jordan Cove in the spotlight

Beyond the training jetties in the bay and this side of the tree-covered hill is the site of proposed Jordan Cove LNG project on the North Spit. [Photo by Lou Sennick, The World]

Beyond the training jetties in the bay and this side of the tree-covered hill is the site of proposed Jordan Cove LNG project on the North Spit. [Photo by Lou Sennick, The World]

Immense Possibilities is a weekly public TV show originating in Ashland, Oregon. On Friday, May 13, they aired the latest episode dedicated to the Jordan Cove Project. The show was filmed on March 11, the same day the FERC denied the Jordan Cove Project.

In light of the fact that the FERC granted rehearings for the Pacific Connecter Pipeline and Jordan Cove LNG facility, this episode of IP is even more significant than it was two months ago.

The 25-minute program features Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Viewers will also meet Jody McCaffree, executive director for Citizens Against LNG, as well as impacted landowners along the Pacific Connector Pipeline route.

Immense Possibilities

Climate change concerns and the pushback against corporate seizure of private property have fused to unite old foes in battling new fossil-fuel energy projects. Our guests describe their 10-year struggle to stop a Canadian corporation from building a pipeline across 280 miles of forests and streams in order to deliver natural gas to a proposed export terminal on the Oregon coast.

IP520 – The Pipeline Rebellion from Immense Possibilities on Vimeo.

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