Conneticuts Natural Gas Explosion Warns: FERC Pending Pipeline Projects in the U.S.A.
NastassjaNoell | 02.10.2010
This past weekend, five workers were killed from a natural gas facility explosion Connecticut. Natural Gas facilities such as refineries, compressor stations, powerplants, and even points where natural gas enters into factories, hotels, etc. can be very dangerous, explosive. Air pollution, Water Pollution, and Noise pollution from natural gas infrastructure also have caused toxic effects on neighboring communities. Protect your human and wild neighbours -- Prevent Natural Gas Infrastructure development in your community. Look through the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) list of major proposed pipeline projects, organize your community to fight against these proposed developments -- quickly.
Senator Frank Lautenberg is speaking out against natural gas pipeline construction in New Jersey, expressing concern that the pipeline may present danger to New Jersey residents, especially considering the recent explosion at a Natural Gas facility in Connecticut.
Organize your town for a meeting to discuss issues associated with natural gas infrastructure and the risks associated with developing these infrastructures in your communities.
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