Update on Massive Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Leak

How did this happen? How can we keep it from happening again?

The huge methane plume from the Alison Canyon natural gas leak so far has forced more than 2,300 people to relocate, closed two schools, and caused near-term climate damage equal to driving 7 million cars a year. EDF’s aerial footage of the disaster has gone viral, with over a million views to date. Click the link below to hear a discussion about the leak’s impact and EDF’s efforts to protect our communities and climate through stronger oversight of the nation’s aging natural gas infrastructure.


Mark Brownstein, Vice President, Climate and Energy Program
Tim O’Connor, Director of the California Oil and Gas Program
Scott Anderson, Senior Policy Director, US Climate and Energy Program

This teleconference was recorded on Thursday, January 14, 2016 | 4:00–5:00 pm Eastern Time

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