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Appalachian Voices 7h
Roanoke Valley's @ChristHurstVA, whose district has seen hundreds of water pollution violations from the Mountain Valley Pipeline, calls on the and to pass his bills that would toughen rules for fracked-gas pipelines.
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Sierra Club Feb 10
"The and all other expansions of gas infrastructure should be stopped permanently."
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Irene Leech 5h
EU Plans to Measure True Climate Impacts of LNG Imports From US Fracked Gas
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Coles Feb 16
No, those board members need to go. The çlimate crisis is real.
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Irene Leech Feb 14
Mountain Valley Pipeline extension clears environmental review by FERC via
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Irene Leech Feb 15
Pipeline Safety Update: Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Admin. Rules Cutoff in 40 min not good enough for rural areas
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Irene Leech Feb 15
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Emily Satterwhite Feb 15
Hearing you from Appalachia
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Doug Jackson Feb 11
Well, this seems not great: "there will no longer be federal protections for some 82 small streams that are to be excavated if the 600-mile is built"
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Dr. Mary Finley-Brook Feb 15
This isn't "ambitious" - its lame & . Just look at the $$$ behind this effort trying to make sure we don't go , have , or defend .
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Lowkey Feb 11
America needs to stop its natural gas pipeline mania (from and featuring our old fiend, the ACP)
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RiseWithTheSea Feb 14
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Aleeze Feb 11
6 companies, all of whom are affiliates of Dominion, Duke, or Southern, have contracted for 96 percent of capacity. The pipeline cost (including that 14% profit) will be passed on to their customers no matter how much gas actually passes through it.
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Chesapeake Climate Feb 13
Dominion’s gamble on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline keeps growing. We know they have a losing hand. 🎰🎲
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Doug Jackson Feb 14
This is one of the reasons we are fighting so hard against the & . If you think "it can't happen here," I've got bad news for you
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CarolineHansley Feb 11
We must stop this unneeded, unjust fracked gas pipeline.
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Cassady Craighill Feb 13
When I hear "zero-carbon," I definitely picture a 600-mile fracked gas pipeline leaking methane and leaving a permanent gash through the Blue Ridge Mountains.👌
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NC WARN Feb 13
Companies are jumping ship as Atlantic Coast Pipeline costs soar.
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CarolineHansley Feb 10
Replying to @HansleyCaroline
..before they are exhausted. Far from being a relatively clean "transition fuel," natural gas is a climate disaster that might even be worse than coal. The ACP and all other expansions of gas infrastructure should be stopped permanently."
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Chesapeake Climate Feb 10
Will the Supreme Court side with Dominion and the Trump Admin? Or will it side with the science, landowners, communities and end the Atlantic Coast Pipeline?
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