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January 23, 2017 on President Trump’s withdrawal from Trans-Pacific Partnership

Washington, DC — In response to President Donald Trump’s executive order withdrawing the US from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Lindsay Meiman US Communications Coordinator said:

“The climate movement successfully changed the conversation around the TPP being a hand-out to Big Oil and a disaster for workers. The irony of Trump’s opposition to the TPP is that his policies are much worse, stuck in the past and attempting to squeeze every last dollar out of the flailing fossil fuel industry at the expense of people and planet. The best way to create jobs is still with a clean energy revolution that saves our climate.”


Older Press Releases

January 23, 2017 on upcoming Senate vote for Secretary of State
January 20, 2017 on Trump’s Energy Plan
January 20, 2017 on the Presidential Inauguration of Donald Trump
January 19, 2017 on Rick Perry hearing for Energy Secretary
January 18, 2017 responds to the World Meteorological Organization’s statement which shows that 2016 has been the hottest year on record
January 18, 2017 Rally urges Senators to #StopPruitt outside confirmation hearing
January 17, 2017 on Rep. Ryan Zinke hearing: “keep climate denial out of the Cabinet”
January 13, 2017 lance une campagne demandant au musée du Louvre de mettre un terme à son partenariat avec Total
January 11, 2017 #ExxonKnew Win in Massachusetts, As Tillerson Stumbles in DC
January 11, 2017 Responds to BC Kinder Morgan Approval


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