WV Rivers News: August 2023

WV Public Lands: August 2023 Newsletter

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Monitoring Newsletter: Summer 2023 Edition

August 2023

Federal court clears way for Mountain Valley Pipeline completion as regulators flag potential safety risks – 8/11/2023, Charleston Gazette-Mail

Special session legislation to make WV responsible for legislating certain radioactive materials fails – 8/9/2023, Charleston Gazette-Mail

Officials dismiss concerns to approve $62.5M loan to Mason County hydrogen project – 8/16/2023, Charleston Gazette-Mail

As hydrogen projects kick off, environmental groups question effects of carbon capture – 8/20/2023, Metro News

Group asks EPA to deny West Virginia authority over carbon storage projects – 8/19/2023, Parkersburg News and Sentinel

2nd annual Buckhannon Riverfest themed ‘A Celebration of Water’ – 8/23/2023, The Record Delta

‘It’s a beast’: landmark US climate law is too complex, environmental groups say – 8/23/2023, The Guardian

Hydrogen brings opportunities, challenges for West Virginia – 8/28/2023, The Intelligencer

Conservationists, EPA critics unhappy with rule narrowing wetland protections – 8/30/2023, Charleston Gazette-Mail

The fight against the Mountain Valley Pipeline intensifies as Congress overreaches to thwart judicial action – 8/30/2023, Atmos Earth

Green graphic with the text "Take Action Today The WV Department of Environmental Protection comment period on the consent order issued to APG Polytech, LLC is open until Thursday, August 10, at 5 P.M. The order WVDEP imposes a fine on APG for violating their discharge limit of 1,4-D into the Ohio River. Join WV Rivers in urging WVDEP to increase the APG's penalty fine for polluting the drinking water source for over 5 million people." overlaid.

Our Water, Our Future: Demand Accountability from APG Polytech