MONTGOMERY CO., Va. – A total of 40 pipeline protesters walked onto a Mountain Valley Pipeline work site near Elliston, blocking construction at the site just before 10 a.m. Saturday. They prevented MVP work for about an hour.
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Editor: The Mountain Valley Pipeline, MVP, is a huge 42-inch natural gas pipeline under construction in southwest Virginia. It will transport hydraulically fractured (fracked) gas from West Virginia to the Transcontinental (Transco) Pipeline running north-south …(More...)
Ever wanted to slack off, shuffle around a little bit, and not really do stuff you’re supposed to do like Governor Northam and David Paylor’s DEQ? Let’s drink about it!
350 Loudoun is hosting “An Underachievers 0.5K Marathon and Fundraiser”, …(More...)
Virginians, have you ever wished that for even a single day you could abdicate your responsibilities, and underachieve like Governor Northam, and David Paylor’s Department of Environmental Quality(DEQ)?
Here’s your chance! Inspired by the underachievers who have failed to order …(More...)
To help inform comments to the State Water Control Board on ACP and MVP, which are open until May 30th, we’re keeping a collection of useful links here.
To put in a comment, go here: http://townhall.virginia.gov/L/ViewNotice.cfm?gnid=828
Environmental Justice Road Trip to Buckingham County
Please join us on a journey to central Virginia to connect with the people, places, and natural resources threatened by the proposed, controversial Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Experts will be present to answer any …(More...)
On November 18th, 2017, 350 Loudoun traveled to Bath County, Virginia, to tour the property of the Limperts, one of the families whose land will be impacted by the construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
The Limperts property is largely …(More...)
Why oppose the ACP and MVP?
- They’re not needed
- Costs born by ratepayers
- Climate, Environmental, and health impacts
- Gas transmission lines like the ACP and MVP occasionally explode