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Constitution and NED Pipelines Halted!

KNOCK US OVER WITH A FEATHER–TWO PIPELINES DOWN! Amazing news on Earth Day that the DEC denied the Water Quality Permit for the Constitution pipeline. Following close on the heels of Kinder-Morgan pulling the plug on their NED pipeline, it’s … Continue reading

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The New York Times Awakens to the Infrastructure Movement

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In the five years we’ve been fighting pipelines, a question frequently asked by newcomers who’ve just learned about the infrastructure invasion is an outraged, “Why isn’t the New York Times covering this?!” A good percentage of the population revers this paper as … Continue reading

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ResistAIM campaign covered by Grist

Ben Adler has posted an article in Grist detailing the rise of blockades against Spectra’s AIM pipeline in the Northeast. Despite Spectra’s spokesperson’s rote statements about “clean, reliable, domestic natural gas,” Adler notes that “new pipelines are actually less safe than older … Continue reading

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Fall 2015 Reportback

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Things are always jumping at Sane Energy Project, but this past Fall season has been particularly active, with the successful campaign against Port Ambrose in full gear, the Resist AIM campaign taking off, plus so many events, rallies and forums! … Continue reading

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Blockadia Gets Real

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The AIM pipeline sparks multi-state resistance. When you think about the kind of person who would blockade a backhoe with their body, Nancy Vann might not be whom you’d picture. Mild-mannered to the point of needing frequent reminders to speak … Continue reading

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Volunteer plans a 400-mile Climate Ride for Sane Energy!

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When we learned that our pal, Lorna Mason, was planning to do the nearly 400-mile cycle from Bar Harbor to Boston, we were mighty impressed. After all, that’s like biking from Manhattan to Montauk – 4 times! When she then said she planned … Continue reading

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FERC Review of NED Pipeline Begins

Scoping meetings for the 5-state NED (Northeast Energy Direct) pipeline by Kinder Morgan/TGP have been announced. These are the first of several more hearings that will take place over the course of the review. Click here for dates, locations and suggestions … Continue reading

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