- – E&E News – 7/31/20
The Next Great Migration: The Beauty and Terror of Life on the Move by Sonia Shah (Bloomsbury, 2020) fascinatingly explores why species migrate – humans, animals and plants. Shah, author of the best-selling book Pandemic,
Risks to certain species in the path of the now-cancelled Atlantic Coast Pipeline were underestimated in the project’s Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS), according to a recent analysis submitted July 4 to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
- – E&E Greenwire – 5/5/20
- – The Roanoke Times – 3/27/20
A February 25 public hearing on changes to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) elicited strong opposition from many witnesses, as well as protests outside of the hearing room by environmental activists and at least one Member of Congress, Sen.
- – The Recorder – 2/27/20
- – Natural Gas Intelligence – 2/12/20
- – Natural Gas Intelligence – 1/27/20
The White House announced on January 9 a sweeping change in the requirements for reviewing certain infrastructure projects under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Heralded as a “modernization” of NEPA, which was enacted in 1970, the proposal would make significant revisions in the process by which projects such as the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) are reviewed regarding their impact on the environment.