Things are heating up in Appalachia with Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) seeking an additional FOUR years at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to complete the MVP. This is an all-hands-on-deck moment for our STOP MVP movement, and we would appreciate your support in conveying to FERC that this project cannot go forward, and that FERC must extend the public comment period to allow our voices to be heard!
ACTION ALERT! FERC Draft Policy Statements
To Our Community: Your voices are needed, again. This time, to demand that FERC adopt critical reforms that: better assess the impact of methane gas infrastructure projects under the National … Continue reading ACTION ALERT! FERC Draft Policy Statements
FERC conditions amendment approval on MVP restoring federal permits
FERC adds multiple requirements for Mountain Valley Pipeline’s request to bore under dozens of Appalachian streams and wetlands.
Why Maury Johnson Took The Plunge
POWHR’s Maury Johnson describes why he took polar plunges in honor of endangered candy darter fish, and to raise money for organizations fighting the Mountain Valley Pipeline and fighting for clean water in West Virginia.
Code Red for the Planet
This is a guest blog by Maury Johnson, a member of POWHR’s Executive Committee and Preserve Monroe
A Project for the People
MVP Protest Runner Katie Thompson reflects on how her efforts in the MVP Protest Run became a project for the people, and offers readers answers to the question of how they can get involved in the movement.
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