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Legislative Updates WVEC January 18, 2019
GREEN, Volume 29 Issue 2
We continue to work hard to ensure that the DEP rule on water quality standards is as protective of human health as possible. More
Issues: Clean electionsOil and gasPollutionRenewable energyWater
Action Alerts WVEC January 17, 2019
WV DEP To Hold Water Quality Standards Human Health Criteria Meeting
Every three years the state DEP reviews rules surrounding the toxins in our drinking water. This last year, they recommended 56 updates, compared to the federal EPA’s recommended 94 updates. More
Issues: LegislationPollutionWater
Action Alerts WVEC January 13, 2019
Legislative Kick off blast at the Empty Glass
January 15, 2019 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm, Featured Musicians: Mike Pushkin, Andy Park, Karen Allen, That High Country Revival, and more. Food, Fun, and Music. $10 suggested donation More
Issues: WVEC event
Newsletter article WVEC January 12, 2019
Legislative Kickoff Blast
Please join us for our legislative kick-off blast! We would love to share our legislative priorities with you, have fun with you, and benefit from your kind donation! More
Legislative Updates WVEC January 12, 2019
GREEN, Volume 29 Issue 1
One of our legislative priorities EVERY year is to protect drinking water. This year it is our top priority. One issue we are currently working on ensuring that the DEP’s water quality standards rule, which is undergoing a regular triennial review, includes the latest EPA-recommended guidelines relating to human health criteria. More
Newsletter article WVEC January 12, 2019
Water Quality Standards Rule
One of our legislative priorities EVERY year is to protect drinking water. This year it is our top priority. One issue we are currently working on ensuring that the DEP’s water quality standards rule, which is undergoing a regular triennial review, includes the latest EPA-recommended guidelines relating to human health criteria. More
Newsletter article WVEC January 12, 2019
Meet the Lobby Team
Karan Ireland is back for her second year as the lobby team coordinator. Prior to her work for the Environmental Council, Karan was the executive director of WV Solar United Neighbors More
Issues: Legislation
Blog WVEC January 7, 2019
2019 West Virginia Environmental Council lobbying priorities
Water protection including updating state water quality standards with EPA recommended human health criteria, Advance renewable energy options including Power Purchase Agreements (PPA), Protect public lands, including prohibiting commercial logging in State Parks to preserve the integrity and intent of State Parks... More
Issues: Clean electionsLegislationOil and gasRenewable energyState parksWater
Blog WVEC December 11, 2018
Blackwater Canyon Threatened by Huge Energy Storage Facility
A huge, industrial “pumped storage” proposal has raised its head again in Tucker County – this time not in Canaan Valley, but impacting the iconic Blackwater Canyon. More
Issues: Appalachian Storage HubPollutionWater
Action Alerts WVEC December 11, 2018
ASH Belongs on the Ash Heap of Bad Ideas
The news about climate change keeps coming in, and it is dire. Meanwhile, West Virginia and federal officials are falling over themselves to promote a massive petrochemical build-out for our region. More
Issues: Appalachian Storage HubPollutionWater
Blog WVEC November 16, 2018
Movie and Discussion: ‘What Lies Upstream’
Saturday, November 17, 1:30 to 4:30 pm. Moundsville More
Issues: HealthOil and gasPollution
Action Alerts WVEC November 8, 2018
GREEN Jam, November 20
Come on out to the West Virginia Environmental Council’s 18th annual pre-Thanksgiving Green Jam at the Empty Glass. Food, fun, and music! Musicians include Kodac Harrison, Chet Lowther, Andy Park, and more! E-Council will have its t-shirts on sale too! More
Issues: WVEC event
Action Alerts WVEC November 7, 2018
Lobbyist positions available
The WV Environmental Council (WVEC) is seeking lobbying proposals for full time legislative lobbying during the 2019 regular Legislative Session, which runs from January 9th through March 9th, 2019. More
Issues: Legislation
Action Alerts WVEC October 5, 2018
Reminder: WV Environmental Council Annual Meeting
This Saturday, October 6, 2018 for our annual meeting and fall Green Picnic. We will be selecting legislative priorities for 2019 and selecting officers and committees. The plan is to meet from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm and then gather for food and fellowship – and good music! More
Issues: LegislationWVEC event
Action Alerts WVEC September 25, 2018
Survey and Annual Meeting Reminder
In case you haven't had the opportunity, please take a minute to fill out the survey we have linked here. The WV E-Council wants to know what specific issues you want the lobby team to focus on in the lead up to, and especially during, the legislative session. Please complete this survey by this Sunday, September 30th. More
Issues: LegislationWVEC event
Action Alerts WVEC September 7, 2018
Survey of Environmental Lobbying Issues of Interest
In anticipation of our October 6 annual meeting, we have created a brief survey to find out what your organization cares about going into the 2019 legislative session. More
Issues: LegislationWVEC event
Action Alerts WVEC August 22, 2018
WV Environmental Council Annual Meeting
We are happy to ask you to save Saturday, October 6, 2018 for our annual meeting and fall shindig. The plan is to meet from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm and then gather for food and fellowship – and good music! More
Action Alerts WVEC July 7, 2018
Keep WV’s Water Safe – Act by July 10
WVDEP Needs to Hear from You on Water Protections. West Virginia’s Water Quality Standards are supposed to keep our water safe. Every three years the rules that govern what’s in West Virginia’s water undergo a revision process called the Triennial Review. West Virginia is in the midst of this process and WVDEP has released their proposed changes for public comment. More
Issues: DEPHealthPollutionWater
Blog WVEC June 21, 2018
Appalachia’s $84 Billion Secret: China and the U.S. are planning a massive petrochemical hub in West Virginia.
The biggest energy project you’ve never heard of commonly goes by the acronym ASTH—the Appalachian Storage and Trading Hub. This massive petrochemical hub in West Virginia and Pennsylvania would be the largest infrastructure in the region’s history, consisting of hundreds of miles of pipelines, fracked gas processing facilities, and underground storage of petrochemicals and fracked gas liquids. More
Issues: FrackingHealthOil and gasPipelinesPollutionWater
Action Alerts WVEC April 22, 2018
WV Environmental Council needs YOU on Earth Day!
“Think Globally, Act Locally” was the theme of the first Earth Day in 1970. This is still a true guide to Greening our world. Of course, now that Climate Change has been identified as an extreme global crisis, our situation is even more critical than the polluted air, rivers and toxic dumps that spurred the 1970’s movement. More
Issues: WVEC event
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