Enough is Enough.
End New Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling

The photos and videos coming out of the Huntington Beach oil spill are deeply disturbing. So far, more than 140,000 gallons of oil have spilled into the ocean. Dying and dead fish, birds—including pelicans—have been found coated in oil. There are tar balls on shores, and oily surf is rolling onto our beloved beaches. California Governor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency in Orange County.

The oil spill in Southern California is just the latest disaster to prove that offshore drilling is dirty and dangerous for our coastal communities, economies, climate and marine wildlife.

If you think enough is enough—join us in taking action today!

The evidence is clear—offshore oil and gas development is a dangerous and risky business with far-reaching consequences for our ocean and the planet. We must prevent any new offshore oil and gas activity and accelerate a just and equitable transition to clean energy alternatives. Taking this bold step could prevent future offshore oil disasters and would be a vital step toward addressing the climate crisis. This recent catastrophe shows we don’t have a moment to waste.

Right now, Congress is debating legislation that, if passed, would be the most significant climate action in U.S. history. Budget reconciliation might not sound exciting, but it can have a huge impact on our lives and the ocean we love. We can make the investments we need for a resilient clean-energy future and, critically, a healthy ocean.

Congress needs to hear from YOU.

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