No New InFRACKstructure 2018 Action Calendar

BXE No New InFRACKstructure 2018 Action Calendar

June 17, 2018 

Beyond Extreme Energy is publishing a calendar of actions being planned, in the works or on-going. We publish it every one-two weeks. It is available at, and it is also distributed via email and social media. It is a calendar primarily for actions aimed at stopping the building of any new fossil fuel infrastructure. Submissions for this listing should be sent to and should include location, date(s), description (short) and contact info.

Let’s build the movement! 

Actions to stop fossil fuel expansion: 

June 18, Pittsburgh, PA., 8:30 a.m. to noon: Paddle Against Petro with us! Top executives from the fracking and petrochemical industries will be in Pittsburgh at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center – and we want them to know they are not welcome! For more info: here.

June 23-26, Washington, DC:  Beyond Extreme Energy convergence and actions, including as part of Poor Peoples Campaign mass demonstration on June 23, at FERC on June 25 and at World Gas Conference on June 26: “There are cracks appearing at FERC; it is time to escalate.”

July 19-21, Washington, DC: This is Zero Hour march. A youth-led call for climate action. “Center the voices of diverse youth in the conversation around climate and environmental justice.”

September 8, San Francisco, CA, and elsewhere around the world:  Real climate leadership rises from the grassroots up; thousands of rallies in cities and towns around the world to demand our local leaders commit to building a fossil free world that puts people and justice before profits.  At time of Global Climate Action Summit


Appalachians Against Pipelines. Months of direct action resistance, tree sits and lock downs to stop the Mountain Valley Pipeline. More info here.

Franklin County, VA, Little Teel Crossing:  Stand against the Mountain Valley Pipeline.

Circle of Protection, every Sunday, Buckingham, VA.: Weekly Interfaith Prayer Vigil to protect Buckingham County from the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the proposed Union Hill ACP Compressor Station.

Vancouver, British Columbia: Stop the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline, Protect the Water, Land and Climate.

Mahwah, NJ:  Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp. Support the Ramapough Lenape Nation in defending their right to pray and speak out against new pipelines on their ancestral lands in New Jersey.                                            

Annapolis, MD: Every Thursday at noon, 110 State Circle calling on Governor Hogan to support a safety study on Dominion’s LNG export terminal being built in Cove Point.

Baltimore, MD: Every Wednesday at noon: MDE offices in Baltimore, reminding state officials that their job is to protect our air (and climate), not Dominion Energy’s profits. Sign up for a Wednesday shift

Middletown, NY, every Saturday 11 a.m. – noon: Shut Down CPV gas-fired power plant on Route 6. 

Southern Louisiana, L’eau Est La Vie Camp. No Bayou Bridge pipeline

Camp White Pine, Huntington County, PA: Stop the Mariner East 2 pipeline.

Lancaster Against Pipelines, Lancaster, PA: Stop the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline.

Virginia: Three Sisters Resistance Camp: More info here.

Cloquet, Minnesota: Resistance to Enbridge Line 3:  More info here

Southeastern Justice First Tour, April 12 to June 23:

 Other actions of note:

Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival. Nonviolent moral fusion direct actions in numerous state capitols—40 last week–each Monday beginning May 14th. Last Monday action on June 18. . Final major action of this launch of the Poor People’s Campaign in DC on June 23.

March for Our Lives Road to Change, begun June 15: Two-month bus tour with local events around the country. “This summer, we’re going on a nationwide bus tour to get as many young people as possible educated, registered, and motivated to vote. It’s time to turn our energy into action. Join the millions that marched for change, and march with us to the polls this November.”  Learn more at: