- – DeSmog – 10/29/21
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.
- – NPR – 1/17/19
- – The New York Times – 11/26/19
Two new studies have been released in recent weeks that warn of the increasing dangers of rising methane levels in the atmosphere and express concern that the circumstance undermine the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate. This information is relevant for all who are concerned about the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline and Mountain Valley Pipeline since over 90% of natural gas transmitted by pipelines is methane,
- – Environmental Health news – 6/20/19
The December 12 decision by the Virginia State Water Control Board to approve, with conditions, a water quality certification for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) has finally been made official with a December 20 notification. In its certification document,
- – The Recorder – 10/5/17