Gas Leaks Allies and FRRACS

Today, I joined two meetings to get more involved with a transition from fossil fuels. First was a Gas Leaks Allies meeting; that’s a coalition that is fighting to triage our leaky gas infrastructure statewide and transition away from the fossil fuel. Then, I attended a briefing and training by the Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station (FRRACS), which is fighting the installation of new natural gas infrastructure in Weymouth. The compressor station in question by the way, is in a contaminated dense residential neighborhood and is actually not needed for the state’s gas supply; it’d ultimately send more gas for export.

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