The Atlantic Coast Pipeline would transport fracked gas from West Virginia through Virginia and to North Carolina, crossing rivers, creeks and other surface waters almost 1,700 times and threatening national forests, drinking water sources, endangered wildlife and local farms and communities. And the Mountain Valley Pipeline would also deeply threaten Virginia’s environment, clean water, health, and climate.
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality has the power to deny the permit for these projects if it jeopardizes water quality in the state — but they need to feel massive public pressure from Virginians like you.
Add your voice now to help stop the Atlantic Coast and Mountain Valley Pipelines and save Virginia’s climate and communities from disaster.
Tell the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality to deny a permit for constructing this dangerous fracked gas pipeline.
Members of the Virginia State Water Control Board
Stop the Atlantic Coast and Mountain Valley Pipelines
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