Rowan County KFTC members have been introducing county officials and residents to a planning and zoning approach to protecting their property and health from the threats of a hazardous liquids pipeline.
After more than a decade of studies pointing to significant health impacts for Appalachian residents living near mountaintop removal operations, the federal government has decided to take a look.
Pipelines, Fracking, and Kentucky’s Future Beyond Fossil Fuels
A summit to educate Kentuckians about the issues of
natural gas liquids(NGLs), fracking, landowner rights,
and local options for communities seeking a sustainable future.
The 40th Governor's Conference on Energy and the Environment on Wednesday and Thursday in Lexington has 34 listed speakers or moderators, but only two of them come from a non-profit, environmental advocacy background.