Apparently fracked methane is Sierra Club Georgia’s next fight now that Keystone XL is dead, since almost its entire January/February/March issue of Georgia Sierran is about opposing natural gas:
See for example
“Why Natural Gas Is Not a Climate Solution”, by Joshua Hanthorn.
And “LNG Puts Savannah at Risk”, by Karen Grainey and Stacey Kronquest.
Karen is chair of the Coastal Group of Sierra Club Georgia.
Pretty much everything in that article also applies to Jacksonville,
and quite likely to Palm Beach and other locations in Florida very soon.
Mentioning WWALS is
“Pipeline in Southwest Georgia and Central Florida Risks Drinking Water,”
by Gordon Rogers, Flint Riverkeeper,
The Sabal Pipeline, a joint venture of Spectra Energy, Duke Energy, and NextEra Energy, poses threats to Georgia and Florida communities on multiple fronts.
For southwest Georgia and north Florida residents it’s all risks and no rewards. However, so far federal and state authorities have thus far been unmoved by arguments against it.
During the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) public
comment period, the agency received more than 1,000 written
comments, mostly opposing the project, including resolutions against
it from seven counties in Georgia and Florida, and three of the
largest cities in its path (Albany, Moultrie and Valdosta).
The article talks about FERC’s FEIS, EPA, GA-EPD, and other matters,
before turning to WWALS and Florida. Continue reading