Tag: Bold Alliance

Bold Alliance, Four Corners Farm Host ‘Pickin’ for Perriello’ Fundraiser for Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 8, 2017 Contact: Carolyn Reilly, Bold Alliance, 540.488.4358, carolyn@boldalliance.org Bold Alliance, Four Corners Farm Host ‘Pickin’ for Perriello’ Fundraiser for Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate Rocky Mount, VA – Bold Alliance and Four Corners Farm have joined together to host a fundraising event for Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate, Tom Perriello. Four Corners Farm is […]
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Bold Alliance: Nebraska Public Service Commission Violating Own Rules in Keystone XL Review

Bold Alliance filed a motion on April 10 that asks the Nebraska Public Service Commission to reconsider the hearing officer’s order regarding intervention during its review of TransCanada’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline project. The PSC’s order lumps all the “natural resources” intervenors together and severely limits their ability to present evidence. The “natural resources” intervenor […]
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Petition: Stop the Rubber-stamp for Pipelines Through Virginia’s Waters

Sign: Stop the rubber-stamp for pipelines through Virginia’s waters. The Virginia Dept. of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is aiming to rubber-stamp permit applications for “utlilty” projects like the proposed Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast fracked gas pipelines, and eliminate any state-sponsored environmental review of simiar large-scale projects that are abusing eminent domain for private gain, and threatening […]
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Bold’s Jane Kleeb Discusses EPA’s Pruitt on MSNBC

Bold Alliance president Jane Kleeb appeared on MSNBC’s “AM Joy” on March 12 along with Standing Rock activist Phyllis Young, former EPA head of environmental justice Mustafa Ali, and NextGen head Tom Steyer, to discuss the Native Nations March in D.C. and new EPA head Scott Pruitt.
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Bold’s Jane Kleeb Discusses Trump’s Broken Promise on U.S.-Made Steel for Keystone XL on MSNBC

Bold Alliance president Jane Kleeb appeared on MSNBC’s “AM Joy” on March 4, to discuss President Trump’s lie that he would only allow U.S.-manufactured steel to be used on all U.S. pipelines, such as the proposed TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline he took action to attempt to fast-track. The Trump Administration reneged on this promise with […]
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New Analysis: Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast Pipelines are Climate Disasters

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 15, 2017 CONTACT: Lorne Stockman, lorne@priceofoil.org, 540-679-1097 Carolyn Reilly, carolyn@boldalliance.org, 540-488-4358 Peter Anderson, peter@appvoices.org, 434-293-6373 David Turnbull, david@priceofoil.org, 202-316-3499 New analysis: Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast Pipelines are Climate Disasters Controversial pipelines pushed by Trump a risk to West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina and the planet. Two studies released today find that […]
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WEBINAR: “Oil Trains + Pipelines” Feat. Jane Kleeb, Winona LaDuke and Matt Krogh

Bold Alliance president Jane Kleeb participated in a Webinar on oil trains and pipelines during the Trump Administration, along with Winona LaDuke from Honor the Earth, and STAND’s Matt Krogh. For many of us dealing with the oil industry, our neighbors and friends are asking us the same question: “Well, if you oppose pipelines, do you […]
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Bold Alliance Hires Carolyn Reilly to Organize Pipeline Fighters in Virginia and West Virginia

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Feb. 10, 2017 Contact: Jane Kleeb, Bold Alliance, 402-705-3622, jane@boldnebraska.org Carolyn Reilly, Bold Alliance, 540-488-4358, carolyn@boldalliance.org Bold Alliance Hires Carolyn Reilly to Organize Pipeline Fighters in Virginia and West Virginia Reilly to organize fellow landowners to resist the proposed Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast fracked gas pipelines Rocky Mount, Virginia — Bold Alliance […]
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PETITION—Tell the Army Corps: Conduct a Full Environmental Review of Dakota Access

On Jan. 18, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced that it will conduct a limited Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on the section of the Dakota Access pipeline near Lake Oahe and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s land and reservation in North Dakota. [1] While we are thrilled that the Army Corps of Engineers appears […]
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