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April 22, 12:00 PM-5:00 PM, Durham Central Park, Earth Day Festival. Enjoy a day filled with an eclectic mix of music, food, hands-on environmental education activities and much more. Don’t forget to stop by the Clean Water for NC tent and say hi!

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Presentations from the Regional Summit on ACP Impacts

                 

Cathy Kunkel

 

Cathy Kunkel

Energy Analyst, Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis

Do we need it? Economics of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline

 

 

Marvin Winstead

Nash County Landowner with Nash Stop the Pipeline

ACP Impacts on Landowners and Actions to Prevent Eminent Domain Abuse

 

Jorden Revels

UNC-Pembroke Student, EcoRobeson

Ericka Faircloth

Clean Water for NC, EcoRobeson

ACP Impacts on Native Ancestral Lands

 

Therese Vick

Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League

Health and Safety Impacts of Natural Gas Compressor Stations

 

Oshin Paranjape

Oshin Paranjape

Duke University Collaborator

High Consequence Areas, Blast Zones, and Public Safety along the  Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Video presentation (no slides embedded).

 

John Runkle

Environmental Attorney

It Ain’t Over til’ it’s Over — Legal Challenges to FERC & DEQ Decisions

 

Xavier Boatwright, Hope Taylor

Clean Water for NC

Rising Up for a Just Energy and Climate Future in NC

 

  

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