Bomb Trains in San Jose 1/25

A Public Forum on the Santa Maria Phillips 66 Rail Project

The bad news: A large-scale oil train terminal is under consideration in Santa Maria, CA, that would bring mile-long trains carrying millions of gallons dangerous, toxic crude oil right through San José and Santa Clara. This project will exacerbate climate disruption and threaten the health and safety of millions who live along the tracks. 

The good news: We can stop it! There is a growing coalition from all along the rail route uniting to stop this project. Join us for an educational forum bringing together citizens, elected officials, technical experts, and local leaders to highlight the environmental and health impacts of the Santa Maria Phillips 66 Rail Project. 

The forum will equip citizens with the necessary tools to fight this oil train expansion and protect our community. Speakers include San Jose City Councilman Ash Kalra, Pierre Delforge from 350 Silicon Valley, Matt Krogh with Forest Ethics, and more.

Co-hosted by 350 Silicon Valley, City Councilmember Ash Kalra, Center for Biological Diversity and ForestEthics

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January 25, 2015 at 2pm - 4pm
San Jose City Hall
200 E Santa Clara St
Committee Room 118-120
San Jose, CA 95113
United States
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Deborah Levoy ·

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