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Upcoming Events

Now – June 30 — Chapel Hill, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PMNathalie Worthington’s “Honoring Habitat” is on display at the NC Botanical Garden, featuring artwork of Marvin Winstead’s farm, which is in the route of the ACP. 100 Old Mason Farm Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27517

June 4 —  RaleighThe Poor People’s Campaign hosts a nonviolent moral direct action focusing on “The right to health and a healthy planet: Ecological Devastation and Health Care”

Rise Up Roadshow! will be kicking off on June 4! Join us at one of the stops along the route of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline, for a night of art, film, storytelling, and action! Visit Working Films for events near you

Contact your NC and Federal Officials about the ACP At This Critical Time!

There’s no evidence that the ACP will create any lasting jobs or economic development in poor, rural counties.  Speak up for safe water, air and the rights of landowners and residents!  

Help us take action! Click here to help us flood the Governor’s office with Holiday-themed NO ACP postcards. Pick your favorite design here and send a digital postcard to the Governor. You can also download and print at home!

Thank the Governor (919-814-2000) and key DEQ officials for their rigorous, critical review of all permits for the ACP.  Ask them to do the right thing and turn down permits for water quality certification, stormwater and sediment and erosion plans that do NOT protect the interests of the public or North Carolina waters.

 

Also Contact (call or email) your elected state and federal officials of either party and let them know your thinking on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.  Energy demand in the southeast US is flat, there is simply no need for a huge new pipeline or new gas fired power plants—they will NOT create jobs, but will cause significant climate harm and will take resources away from $billions in anticipated renewable energy development that actually WILL help create rural jobs.

If you are not in an ACP impacted county, it’s still important that your officials know how you feel about the ACP!  Look your officials up by county using this link. If you are in an ACP impacted county, use the links below to find all of your state and federal elected officials.  Remember, the 5-10 minutes you spend contacting your officials could have a major impact on later decisions and coverage!    Thank you!

Northampton                               Halifax                          Nash                          Wilson
Johnston                                     Sampson                      Cumberland              Robeson

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