It’s not too late to help stop the fracked-gas Mountain Valley Pipeline— an unnecessary, climate-disrupting project that would cut a 303-mile swath over some of the steepest slopes in the Blue Ridge Mountains, across treasured public lands and wildlife habitat, and through countless family farms.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has opened a “Notice of Scoping” for MVP’s request to change its 2017 permit and bore under some 180 streams and rivers in West Virginia and Virginia.
FERC needs to hear from you! Tell the agency that it must do a full Environmental Impact Statement for the dirty fracked-gas Mountain Valley Pipeline that thoroughly assesses the project’s impact on the climate, endangered species, public lands, environmental justice communities and waters in Appalachia.
Act now! The comment period ends April 15.
Join with others across the nation to ask for a full environmental review by signing below:
Pipeline image courtesy of Mountain Valley Watch.