The StopNED Coalition’s Alternative Solutions Team has launched a petition to Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker urging him to implement key policies regarding energy policy, natural gas, and climate change. Governor Baker is aggressively promoting natural-gas pipeline expansion for Massachusetts and New England. He is also championing statewide or regional tariffs on electric ratepayers to pay for new gas infrastructure.
The governor will meet with the other five New England governors at the end of March or in early April with the stated intention of coming up with a joint plan to bring more gas pipelines into the Commonwealth and the region. 
The petition was developed to send a message to the governor that citizens want and need policies that exclude greater use of natural gas or any fossil fuels. Any person or group who supports the goals in the petition is invited to circulate it. Please share widely!
THIS PETITION MAY BE SIGNED ONLINE HERE
This petition has no deadline. When you have a good batch of signatures, write to us at email@example.com so we can arrange to pick them up. Or you may decide to deliver your signatures to the Governor directly. If you do, please keep copies of your signature pages, and let us know the count at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is always where you can direct questions & comments.
This petition is one of many ways to speak out to the Governor. Contact information for reaching Governor Baker via post card, letter, email, phone, FAX, or Tweet is listed below.
Get the print version HERE
Thank you for supporting a clean energy future!
StopNED Coalition Alternative Solutions Team
Contact Governor Charlie Baker:
Massachusetts State House
Office of the Governor
Boston, MA 02133
Phone: 617.725.4005 or 888.870.7770 (in-state)
Email contact form: http://www.mass.gov/governor/constituent-services/contact-governor-office/
Tweet to: @MassGovernor
 News coverage of Baker energy policy:
Gov. Charlie Baker: Increased gas capacity, along existing rights of way, critical to lowering energy prices
[especially the video clip]
Baker stresses energy costs as key to competitiveness
Baker calls for input on paying for gas pipeline through electricity bills