Riverkeeper stands against the Atlantic Bridge Pipeline

The NY Department of Environmental Conservation must deny a key approval necessary for construction of the next phase of the Algonquin Pipeline, the Atlantic Bridge project.

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Algonquin’s response to pipeline concerns: Turn the gas on

Algonquin’s response to pipeline concerns: Turn the gas on
In response to environmental and public safety concerns about the AIM pipeline, Algonquin has asked that the gas be turned on next Friday.

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Riverkeeper appeals AIM Pipeline approval because of overwhelming risk to Indian Point

Riverkeeper and a coalition of groups is urging a federal court to stop the construction of the Algonquin Incremental Market (AIM) pipeline before high volumes of fracked natural gas start flowing through the pipeline located in close proximity to the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant.

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DEC releases assessment of Pilgrim project

Editorial: Don’t speed up Pilgrim’s progress

200 groups ask state DEC for more comment time on Pilgrim pipeline plan

Rockland put at risk by Pilgrim pipeline plan: View

Riverkeeper statement about the Cuomo Administration’s Denying the Constitution Pipeline

Riverkeepe President Paul Gallay issued a statement today regarding the DEC’s denial of the controversial Constitution Pipeline, which would have carried fracked natural gas through the Hudson River estuary.

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We challenge AIM pipeline approval

Riverkeeper and a coalition of ten organization and a dozen individuals in four states filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging approval of the Algonquin Incremental Market (AIM) Project natural gas pipeline expansion by federal regulators.

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