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Firm hired for PennEast natural gas pipeline tied to Marcellus shale, report says
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"PennEast, led by Pennsylvania and New Jersey consumer-focused companies, will not only create good paying jobs, it will deliver clean energy in a safe, cost-effective and responsible manner." Opponents and environmentalists continue to voice concerns ...
PennEast natural gas pipeline environmental study firm's connection to shale ...NJ.com

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Politico

RedBlueAmerica: Was president's veto of Keystone XL pipeline good for ...
Knoxville News Sentinel
Groups such as the Sierra Club and Greenpeace, as well as well-heeled activists such as Robert F. Kennedy Jr., insist that it's not enough for the United States to embrace renewable energy — it must also reject fossil fuel. But Canada is going to ...
RedBlueAmerica: Obama's Keystone Pipeline veto: Good for environment?Bradenton Herald

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Crude transport safety out of state's hands
State Journal
To some, the derailment of the 109-car CSX Corp. train, which was transporting crude oil from the Bakken region of North Dakota to Yorktown, Virginia, indicates the need for greater safety regulations or even denotes a push for clean energy, while ...

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PennEast natural gas pipeline environmental study firm's connection to shale ...
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"PennEast, led by Pennsylvania and New Jersey consumer-focused companies, will not only create good paying jobs, it will deliver clean energy in a safe, cost-effective and responsible manner." The pipeline proposal has drawn criticism for cutting ...

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From our Blogs

Saturday, February 28, 2015Contact: Shane Levy - 201-679-9507, shane.levy@sierraclub.org FORT WAYNE- Local homeowners, pastors, and clean energy advocates rallied today at the Beacon Heights Church of the Brethren to urge elected officials to... Read More on National Press Releases
Illinois Pollution Control Board Allows Expanded Lawsuit on Groundwater Violations from NRG Coal Ash Waste to ProceedFriday, February 20, 2015Contact: Emily Rosenwasser, The Sierra Club, Emily.Rosenwasser@sierraclub.org, 312-251-1680 x119David... Read More on National Press Releases