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Posted - 01/06/2006 :  4:30:47 PM  Show Profile
hey all,
i tried to get this up in the LNG section, but there's noone to moderate it so i don't think it ever actually got posted. -Dan

Hi! My name is Dan, and Iím with the Gulf Restoration Network.

Iíve joined this forum to talk about the critical LNG issue that fishermen of the Gulf are facing right now. Iím also new to the area and would love to learn about spots to visit around New Orleans and Southeastern LA (possibly even get into some weekend trips with yíall).

In terms of LNG, while most Gulf residents are busy rebuilding their homes and lives, Shell Oil company continues to work towards implementing plans for an open-loop LNG facility off the Louisiana coast. The open-loop design will kill billions of fish eggs, larva, and zooplankton, negatively affecting important fisheries and the whole Gulf ecosystem. Fortunately, there are easy, fish-friendly alternatives that exist. Oil companies are using them elsewhere in the country, but not here in the Gulf. Recreational fishermen and the fishing industry obviously stand to lose the most from this assault. With all that has already happened in the last few months, the last thing the fishing community needs is degradation of precious resources!

To take easy action on and learn more about this issue, click the link: http://www.democracyinaction.org/GRN/campaign.jsp?campaign_KEY=1720. Or visit our website, www.healthygulf.org/lng.htm.

Iím also setting up presentations this month to groups throughout LA. We can meet and go into more detail on the issue and easy steps you can take to protect Gulf fisheries. If youíre interested (or just want to go fishing!) contact me at dfavre@greencorps.org or 504-525-1528 ext. 205.

The Gulf Restoration Network (GRN) is a diverse network of local, regional and national groups dedicated to protecting and restoring the valuable resources of the Gulf of Mexico. www.healthygulf.org
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