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Lilli Ross 20m
I just submitted a comment telling the NY Department of Environmental Conservation to deny permits to the Williams NESE fracked gas pipeline. we need a , not dangerous pipelines in NY Harbor. Sign here to : ?
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t🐺 4h
I just signed a petition telling to and ban all new fossil fuel projects in NY State. It's time for our governor to show real climate leadership & stand up to the Big Oil and Gas.
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Safe4All Jun 14
. - NESE's pipeline's unearthed toxins could wash ashore & would certainly add toxics to waters around Sandy Hook & Bayshore communities. New application received by DEP 6/10 for permits that were denied 6/5 - Deny all permits & permanently.
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Elizabeth Roedell Jun 17
Williams applied for permits again in NJ after being denied. once and for all as it is a threat to our health, safety and wildlife.
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Safe4All Jun 12
There's no environmentally safe way to construct the pipeline in waters where people fish & surf, where whales are delighting us with increased numbers & where unearthed toxics under the seabed would poison life.
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Elizabeth Roedell Jun 13
. Good enough reason to from building a pipeline across Raritan Bay, a mile off the shoreline of Sandy Hook.
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350 dot org Jun 12
BREAKING: The has extended the comment period for the Williams NESE fracked gas pipeline to July 13. We now have an extra month to organize, mobilize and . New Yorkers: submit a public comment now to stop this climate-wrecking pipeline:
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agdrums Jun 13
Replying to @GovMurphy
That’s great but how about saving millions of New Jerseyians by declaring a moratorium on all new fossil fuel projects now?! By the way thanks for changing the Chair and helping to
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Safe4All Jun 11
Horseshoe crabs and red know are in danger if the NESE pipeline is built in Raritan Bay, too. Transco will reapply for permits, and need to follow science and the law to permanently .
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Robert Carroll Jun 12
. & TY for rejecting the Williams pipeline. Please, once again make the right decision & reject their amended application. We need to protect our waters and combat climate change & that means we need to reject this pipeline. for good.
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Safe4All Jun 11
It's time to permanently - They can't mitigate environmental damages, and paying 25-cents per clam = $3.4 million for an oyster project in another area does not keep the NY Harbor clean from mercury & copper
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New York Communities for Change Jun 12
has consistently spoken out against the Williams pipeline. must for good and move NY that are destroying our planet and poisoning our communities.
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Elizabeth Roedell Jun 17
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