Water Quality

Summit: Kentucky's Future Beyond Fossil Fuels

Pipelines, Fracking, and Kentucky's Future Beyond Fossil Fuels Summit

Landowners and others affected by the proposed Bluegrass Hazardous Liquids Pipelines announce 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.

Kinder Morgan / Tennessee Gas Pipeline Project

Kinder Morgan wants to "re-purpose" one of its decades-old natural gas pipelines running through Kentucky to carry hazardous liquids. Here's more information.

State’s new general permits for coal mining mean five more years of polluted streams

The Beshear administration this week issued two new general permits for coal facilities that fail to fully address the ongoing and substantial harm to humans and aquatic life from polluted mine wastewater.

Kentucky’s new General Permits for Coal Mining mean five more years of polluted streams

Additional Contacts

Eric Chance, Appalachian Voices, 828-262-1500 or eric@appvoices.org

Tim Joice, Kentucky Waterways Alliance, 502-589-8008 or Tim@KWAlliance.org

Moment of truth for Hal Rogers, SOAR: No ignoring health effects of strip mining

No mention of surface coal mining's effect on human health appeared in U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers' electronic update on the recent SOAR Health Impact Series even though it was one of the top two concerns voiced by participants …

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