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LCV Launches Digital Campaign Highlighting Biden-Harris LNG Pause

Apr 5, 2024

Washington, D.C.– Today, the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) launched the latest wave in its digital campaign in support of the Biden administration’s pause on permitting for LNG export facilities. This campaign is a continuation of the $2 million campaign LCV announced in January in response to the Biden-Harris administration’s initial announcement.

The digital campaign includes creator content and digital ads to reach young people in Arizona, Georgia and Michigan. The $2 million dollar campaign also included an initial DC television buy.

“The Biden administration has made historic progress fighting the climate crisis and standing up to Big Oil, with actions like implementing the Inflation Reduction Act and pausing the development of methane export facilities,” said Megan Jacobs, Vice President of Paid Communications and Elections. “Big Oil has shown time and time again that they will do anything to line their pockets including putting our families at risk for their personal gain. The Biden-Harris administration has continued to stand up to Big Oil and demonstrate that they are committed to fighting the climate crisis and we want everyone to hear about it.”

Biden Bodied Big Oil
Breath of Fresh Air 

Read a transcript of the ad Breath of Fresh Air below:

No one wants dirty air.
Big oil was going to build methane facilities that will pump toxic pollution into the air.
That pollution would’ve put us at higher risk of asthma, heart disease and cancer.
But President Biden put the breaks on the plan and is keeping our air clean.
We can all breathe easier.
That’s something to celebrate!

Ad backup can be found here