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Upcoming Events

April 29, 9:30 am - 2pm, NC Environmental Justice Network Quarterly Meeting, Roseboro. Snow Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 531 Marion Amos Rd. For questions, email Naeema: naeema1951@gmail.com.

Duke Energy seeks to recover ash cleanup cost from customers!

Ratepayers beware: Coal ash cost should be viewed separately from Duke’s operational expenses.

Public comment needed by April 12!

What can ratepayers and impacted communities do? Public input is needed as Duke Energy seeks to recover coal ash cleanup cost from the more than 3 million NC costumers who rely on the utility as their sole electricity provider. Delaying the coal ash costs would allow the company to lump coal ash . . . → Read More: Duke Energy seeks to recover ash cleanup cost from customers!

ONE MORE DAY TO COMMENT ON ACP!

ONLY ONE MORE DAY to send ACP DEIS Comments to FERC!

Please note corrected Docket Number, CP15-554-000

The Atlantic Coast Pipeline’s impacts on eastern NC and global climate impacts, will be substantial, but FERC officials are claiming there will be “no significant impacts.” YOUR comments are important to let them know the public sees the truth. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), which grants the final certification for gas pipelines, needs . . . → Read More: ONE MORE DAY TO COMMENT ON ACP!

Walk to Protect Our People and the Places we Live (APPPL)

Join us this Saturday at 11:00 am for the kickoff of the “Walk to Protect Our People and the Places we Live,” a walk to raise awareness about the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Sign up for the Walk here and for more information from APPPL here.

Come hear the struggles of landowners along the proposed route of the ACP, meet local allies, and hear music from Lumbee/Tuscarora singer Charly Lowry.

Meet organizers at least an hour . . . → Read More: Walk to Protect Our People and the Places we Live (APPPL)

Don't miss a chance to Speak Out on Atlantic Coast Pipeline, Feb 13, 14, 15!!

FERC Seeks Comments on Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Attend People’s Hearings nearby—learn more about the ACP and help prepare for official comments!

The Atlantic Coast Pipeline’s long permitting process continues, and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), which makes the final certification decision for gas pipelines, released a Draft Environmental Impact Statement on December 30th. There are MAJOR problems with the long DEIS (click here)! There’s . . . → Read More: Don’t miss a chance to Speak Out on Atlantic Coast Pipeline, Feb 13, 14, 15!!