Saturday 29 April 2017

Lower James Riverkeeper:

Thursday, 30 March 2017 15:28
James River Association applauds McAuliffe for amendments to coal ash bill The James River Association commended Governor McAuliffe for his amendments to Senate Bill 1398 which, if amended as proposed, will require full assessments of coal ash ponds to be completed prior to the issuance of permits…
The proposed 600-mile fracked gas Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) is on its way to being built – unless we all work together to stop this unnecessary and economically and environmentally devastating project. Under the new federal administration, this pipeline will be expedited and built as quickly as…
Published in Take Action
Maryland will keep fighting Dominion Virginia Power’s plan to release coal-ash water into a Potomac River tributary, despite modifications that resulted in Prince William County dropping its objections. “At this point, we are continuing our review of the contested permit,” Ben Grumbles, Maryland’s secretary of the environment,…