Atlantic Coast Pipeline Win Was A Hard-Earned Victory

By Lorne Stockman, Oil Change International. -

Sunday’s announcement of the cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) was remarkable for so many reasons. Not least that the two companies, Dominion and Duke, are the most powerful [...]

Atlantic Coast Pipeline Canceled Following Years Of Protests

By  Olivia Rosane, EcoWatch. -

The Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP), which would have carried fracked natural gas through 600 miles of West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina, will never be completed. Pipeline owners [...]

Indigenous Activists Take Atlantic Coast Pipeline To Court

By Steve Norris, Popular Resistance -

This week in a small remote corner of North Carolina, two mega fossil fuel corporations, Duke and Dominion, may have met their match. In the Robeson County Courthouse in Lumberton Lumbee and [...]

The Atlantic Coast Pipeline: Another Boondoggle In Virginia

By Kenneth Surin, -

Two pipelines– the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) and the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP)—earmarked for construction in Virginia have been the source of massive controversy. In a previous [...]

Dominion Attempted To Buy-Off Indigenous Peoples Silence On Atlantic Coast Pipeline

By Lisa Sorg, -

According to a draft version of the document dated May 30, 2018, the tribes “would not petition any state or federal regulatory agency or court of law” or “submit additional comment letters, [...]

Army Corps Suspends Atlantic Coast Pipeline Permit

By Staff, -

Following requests from Appalachian Mountain Advocates (Appalmad) attorneys, the Norfolk, Huntington, and Pittsburgh districts of the Army Corps of Engineers have each suspended its authorization [...]

Pipeline Opponents’ Legal Challenge Asks The Fundamental Question

By Elizabeth Ouzts, Energy News Network. -

Citizen groups filed another lawsuit against the Atlantic Coast Pipeline Thursday, this time taking direct aim at the federal certificate that undergirds all other permits for the complex [...]

Feds Cherry-Pick Data To Force Pipelines Through Poor Communities

By Sophie Yeo, -

The government's energy regulator is facing allegations of cherry-picking data to approve pipeline projects that would disproportionately harm communities of color. According to academics, [...]

Atlantic Coast Pipeline Faces Civil Rights Complaint After Key Permit Is Blocked

By Phil McKenna, -

A federal court has invalidated a key permit for the Atlantic Coast pipeline project, a step that could give civil rights advocates more time to build their environmental justice case against the [...]

Inside the Growing Appalachian Anti-Pipeline Movement

ByStaff for It's Going Down -

In this episode of the It’s Going Down podcast, we spoke with several people involved at the Three Sisters encampment in Virginia fighting the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, the tree-sit at the Little [...]

Atlantic Coast Pipeline Can’t Enter Some Private Properties

By John Murawski, -

As the Atlantic Coast Pipeline doubles down on slashing trees on hundreds of private properties in North Carolina, a federal judge has taken the unusual step of barring the energy consortium from [...]

Lumbees Tell Their Side In Atlantic Coast Pipeline Documentary

By John Murawski, -

Opponents of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline are deploying an increasingly common weapon in advocacy campaigns: a documentary film. Their 19-minute production, “Robeson Rises,” features Lumbee [...]

NC Governor’s Office Occupied By Atlantic Coast Pipeline Protesters

By Anne Meador, -

Opponents of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline filled North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper’s office Friday and refused to leave until he reverses course on the pipeline. About 25 people began their [...]

Atlantic Coast Pipeline’s Environmental Justice Impact

By Elizabeth Ouzts, -

By Elizabeth Ouzts for Southeast Energy News - On September 15, 1982, high-profile protests over the siting of a toxic waste dump in Afton, North Carolina – an overwhelmingly African American [...]

Atlantic Coast Pipeline Opponents Turn To God To Stop Project

By Martha Quillin, -

By Martha Quillin for The News and Observer - Builders of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline will need to give more information to the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality before the agency [...]

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