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Breaking news: Exxon ending all fossil fuel projects immediately!

Did you hear? Exxon has had a change of heart and decided to end all fossil fuel projects immediately! It is leaving oil and gas behind and will now be a 100% clean, renewable energy company. It’s even got a new name. No more Exxon. Now it is “Ex-Exxon.” 

Can you believe it? Can you believe that “Ex-Exxon” is going to abandon dirty fossil fuels and lead the way in the fight against climate change?

If so, I’m sorry to have to say…

Happy April Fools’ Day!

We totally made it up. We only wish it was true. But now YOU can take one small step to fight back against greedy oil companies that are fueling our climate crisis.

Play the ultimate April Fools’ prank on big oil and gas by donating to climate action today. When you support the work of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN) you’re saying “No More Fossil Fools.” 

CCAN is currently tackling three major fossil fuel projects. You may have heard of them –  Mountain Valley Pipeline, Virginia Reliability (Ripoff) Project, and the highly controversial Willow Project. These dirty-energy projects have huge repercussions for future generations, with lifetimes of 30 to 40 years, and climate damages lasting centuries.

We’re fighting these projects every step of the way, and you can too! Oil and gas companies are only concerned with one thing, lining their own pockets. They destroy our waterways, pollute our airways, and spew heat-­trapping methane into our fragile atmosphere. 

Help us keep up the fight against oil and gas companies by chipping in $5.00 a month. Every single donation makes a difference and, when you give monthly, our team can better plan for future campaigns. It’s also a pretty great April Fools’ prank on “Fossil Fools!”

If one of every ten CCAN supporters donated just $5.00 a month we would raise a massive $611,730 in one year! That is almost a third of our annual income and would be a huge boost to our team, allowing us to do even more to battle climate change. 

Thanks for all you do.