No Pipelines. Clean Energy is the Future.

The Mountain Valley Pipeline is unnecessary, not in the public interest, and poses major threats to the climate and environment.

Why stop the Mountain Valley Pipeline? Peter Anderson explains the technical comments in detail

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is poised to permit the Mountain Valley Pipeline, a proposed interstate pipeline that would transport fracked gas 300 miles through West Virginia and Virginia. The project has been proven unnecessary for our energy needs and is the wrong investment for our region.

Take action now and urge the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to reject the Mountain Valley Pipeline application.