The Virginia League of Conservation Voters launches Wednesday June 1 at 7 pm a series of webinars on resisting methane buildout in the state. The first webinar will explore the energy and utility forces driving pipeline construction in Virginia and what can be done to protect the Commonwealth and climate.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is conducting a series of training webinars to
build the capacity of state environmental justice practitioners. The first webinar in 2020 on
“Information Systems to Advance Environmental Justice,” to take place on September 10 at 1:00
U.S. Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) has scheduled a special webinar discussion for Saturday, August 8 at 2:15 pm on The Great American Outdoors Act, legislation co-authored by Sen Warner, that addresses the $12 billion maintenance backlog for the National Park Service across the country and permanently fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund,
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is sponsoring a webinar on environmental justice on Wednesday, June 17, from 6-8 pm. The event is being conducted by Skeo Solutions, with which DEQ has contracted to assist it in seeking public input on how the agency can advance environmental justice concepts through its programs.
A webinar co-hosted by Reuters Events and Petrochemical Update will be held Thursday, April 9 at 10 am (EDT) to explore the impact the short and long-term impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the gas power industry.
Mountain Valley Watch (MVW), a pipeline surveillance program sponsored by the POWHR coalition, and Trout Unlimited are sponsoring a special free webinar on the MVW mapping system on Tuesday, May 7 at 7 pm. MVW was developed to allow for citizen oversight of the construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline,
Recordings of recent stream monitoring webinars conducted by Trout Unlimited are now available via links. The March 7 event hosted by Appalachian Voices for Virginia is available here. The March 27 webinar for West Virginia, hosted by the West Virginia Rivers Coalition,
A Volunteer Pipeline Visual Assessment Program has been developed by Trout Unlimited and the West Virginia Rivers Coalition to support and train volunteer citizen observers to identify, document and report pollution incidents associated with large-scale pipeline development. A free webinar on the program for West Virginians is scheduled for next Tuesday,
A Volunteer Pipeline Visual Assessment Program has been developed by Trout Unlimited and the West Virginia Rivers Coalition to support and train volunteer citizen observers to identify, document and report pollution incidents associated with large-scale pipeline development. A series of free webinars have been scheduled for March 13 for Virginia residents and March 27 for West Virginians.