Designed by EDGE member Meg Lemieur (Bear) and Kelly Finan Illustration (Bee) Printing by Five Points Screen Printing Friends! We have SHIRTS FOR SALE and need to raise $$ for PA pipeline fights!
Visit the link here or PM us if interested! https://www.etsy.com/shop/StopSunocoPA All proceeds go to the efforts of Camp White Pine & www.ResistSunocoPA.com Camp White Pine is a forest defense camp resisting Sunoco's Mariner East 2 Pipeline, which plans to transport natural gas liq
Edited by EDGE member, video from local resident UPDATE: New violation issued today 3-19-18 (link in comments) According to ETP/Sunoco’s word it was 500 Gallons Per Minute... Everyone within 450 feet of HDD both public and private water supplies need to be notified and could be impacted... But hey as long as a PA licensed geologist reports on why it happened and how it will be managed in the future - drilling can start back up!!! https://bit.ly/2pCIYf9 ***Breaking: Another in
Protect the water, land, and climate #ProtecttheInlet, Kwekwecnewtxw, against Texas-based Kinder Morgan's #TransMountainPipeline and tanker project (7.4 Billion 700-mile tar sands oil pipeline from Alberta to Burnaby, BC for export to Asian and US markets) Coverage, action sign ups and donate here:
https://protecttheinlet.ca/ On Saturday, March 10th, Coast Salish spiritual leaders and members launched an ambitious project in Metro Vancouver to stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline.
Update: the PUC granted the emergency shutdown. Mariner East 1 will be shut down for 10 - 14 days while Sunoco does mandatory inspections of the pipeline and attempt to fix the surrounding area. That is, unless Sunoco successfully appeals the halt, though the PUC is not quite as toothless as PA DEP. http://www.philly.com/philly/business/energy/puc-orders-sunoco-mariner-pipeline-shutdown-sinkholes-chester-county-exton-20180307.html BREAKING NEWS: the Pennsylvania Public Utilit
Video filmed and edited with the help of E.D.G.E. member for Public Herald Photo by Steven Rubin for Public Herald In Coudersport Pennsylvania, over 100 members of the Seneca Nation of Indians appeared at a public meeting to oppose a fracking wastewater treatment facility planned for development on the Allegheny River, known by the Seneca as the Ohi:yo’, which means “beautiful waters.” Read the full article by Joshua B. Pribanic, and Melissa A. Troutman for Public Herald here
By HIROKO TABUCHI, NADJA POPOVICH, BLACKI MIGLIOZZI and ANDREW W. LEHREN of New York Times FEB. 6, 2018 Anchored in flood-prone areas in every American state are more than 2,500 sites that handle toxic chemicals, a New York Times analysis of federal floodplain and industrial data shows. About 1,400 are located in areas at highest risk of flooding. As flood danger grows — the consequence of a warming climate — the risk is that there will be more toxic spills like the one that
BIG NEWS via The FANG Collective
Recently released financial disclosures from Energy Transfer Patterns (ETP) show that Citizens Bank has ENDED their financing of the pipeline company!
We are excited to make this announcement almost a year to the day that three people blockaded the entrance of the Citizens Bank headquarter building in Providence, RI to call out the bank's financing of ETP. In addition to this action, the Shame on Citizens Bank campaign organized demonstrat