Studies and Data
The National Transportation Safety Board’s January 2015 Safety Study on Integrity Management of Gas Transmission Pipelines in High-Consequence Areas
Emery and Garrett Groundwater Investigations’ Pipeline Impact Study for Augusta County. Emery and Garrett are widely considered the most respected and sought after groundwater experts in the Eastern United States, having successfully completed over 1,400 groundwater investigations and developed over 100 million gallons per day of fresh, sustainable drinking water.
“Yes to the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, No to Eminent Domain” – a thorough, cogent overview of the flaws in Dominion’s proposed plan from Public Policy Analyst Bonner Cohen, PhD
Opposition Statement from the Virginia Sierra Club. With more than 15,000 members, the Virginia Chapter of the Sierra Club works to build healthy, livable communities and to conserve and restore our natural environment throughout the Commonwealth.
Opposition Statement from the Southern Environmental Law Center. SELC uses the power of the law to champion clean water, healthy air, mountains, forests, rural countryside, and the coast. By working at the national, regional, state, and local levels and in all three branches of government, this organization strengthens laws, holds government agencies accountable and, when necessary, goes to court to stop environmental abuses or to set far-reaching precedents.
Opposition Statement from Wild Virginia, a grassroots, non-profit organization dedicated to preserving wild forest ecosystems in Virginia’s national forests through education and advocacy.
Friends of Nelson exists to protect property rights, property values, rural heritage and the environment for all the citizens of Nelson County, Virginia.
Speak Up Nelson is a group of citizens, living in Nelson County, Virginia, who oppose the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and who are dedicated to protecting Virginia’s rural heritage, natural and cultural resources, and last remaining wild places. They work to help local residents express their concerns and opposition to the ACP through writing letters to their representatives, to newspapers, and to the organizations, businesses, and governing bodies that are involved in the pipeline approval and construction process.
The Augusta County Allianceis dedicated to preserving our rural landscape and economy, our clean air and water, and our abundant wildlife habitat and historic resources. We believe engaged citizens and landowners can make a compelling case that a huge 42-inch gas transmission line should not tear through Augusta County.
The Allegheny Blue-Ridge Alliance is a coalition of organizations concerned about the natural gas pipeline that Dominion Resources and its partner companies have proposed to build through portions of West Virginia and Virginia. The ABRA is dedicated to protecting the heritage, resources, and economy of the Allegheny-Blue Ridge Region.