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Sierra Club Virginia Chapter Director Kate Addleson on the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management denial of permits for seismic testing off the Atlantic Coast.
Statement of Sierra Club Virginia Chapter Director Kate Addleson on the first live offshore wind farm in the United States coming online.
Sierra Club Virginia Chapter Director Kate Addleson on Governor Terry McAuliffe’s updated Virginia Energy Plan.
The Sierra Club is giving voice to concerns about the increase in climate-changing pollution in Dominion Virginia Power’s Integrated Resource Plan.
Kate Addleson, director of the Sierra Club, Virginia chapter, comments on Dominion’s Chesterfield Power Station coal ash dewatering permit.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will not conduct a Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement on regional pipeline projects, including the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
The Virginia Chapter of the Sierra Club released a report today entitled The Top 25 Virginia Localities with the Highest Toxic Air Emissions.
The Virginia Chapter of the Sierra Club will release a report on Thursday entitled The Top 25 Virginia Localities with the Highest Toxic Air Emissions.
A new study demonstrates severe problems posed by building a pipeline in Karst terrain in the Appalachian Mountains.
Activists with the Virginia Chapter of the Sierra Club set up the mock lemonade stand and served glasses of “Tom and Bob’s Coal-Aid.”
The Sierra Club is raising issue with the role of Dominion Resources LLC and Duke Energy as partners in the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP).
Dozens of activists literally “blew the whistle” on Dominion’s greenwashing of its dirty power and dirty politics.
The Sierra Club Virginia chapter and the Center for Media and Democracy released American Legislative Exchange Council Exposed.
Toxic chemical emissions from Virginia’s largest polluters are on the rise, according to the latest data out from the EPA Toxic Release Inventory (TRI).
A new report by the Sierra Club finds that pollution from two proposed pipelines would almost double the total emissions from existing power plants in Virginia.
How are borderlands causing widespread environmental damage while splintering families and communities across the U.S. Southwest?
The Sierra Club Borderlands campaign has spoken up against the substantial border wall construction, arguing that it has had dire consequences.
The Sierra Club released polling Friday showing significant support for the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Power Plan among registered voters in Virginia.
Last Friday the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia denied Dominion Virginia Power’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit filed by Southern Environmental Law Center, on behalf of Sierra Club, over the illegal contamination of the Southern Branch of the Elizabeth River with harmful coal ash waste from the Chesapeake Energy Center.
The Virginia Sierra Club announced its endorsement of Angela Lynn for Delegate in the 25th District on Friday.
Wild Virginia, the Sierra Club and JMU are teaming up to bring you a special screening of the new film Won’t Pipe Down by four students at James Madison University about the fight against the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Demonstrators with the Sierra Club picketed outside an event for Senator Frank Wagner on Thursday at Town Center in Virginia Beach to protest the Senator’s opposition to EPA rules to regulate carbon pollution from coal and gas fired electricity power plants.