Author Archive for Eileen Levandoski

Eileen is the Virginia Conservation Program Manager with the Virginia Chapter Sierra Club.

Tell Dominion: No North Anna 3, Too Costly, Too Risky
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Tell Dominion: No North Anna 3, Too Costly, Too Risky

A new alliance, Not on Our Fault Line, has formed to oppose Dominion Virginia Power’s plans for a new nuclear reactor in Louisa County adjacent to the site of the North Anna Reactors 1 & 2. “We are calling on Dominion Virginia Power to abandon its plans for the North Anna 3 reactor because this [...]

Tell the Feds: No Atlantic Offshore Drilling
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Tell the Feds: No Atlantic Offshore Drilling

Virginia’s coast is open for offshore drilling??? No way! The Obama administration’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management released its draft 2017-2022 Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program. The program proposal keeps dirty fuel development off-limits along the Pacific and Northern Atlantic coasts and in some areas of the Arctic Ocean, BUT it includes [...]

Keep Dirty Fuels in the Ground: No Offshore Drilling in Virginia, Atlantic
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Keep Dirty Fuels in the Ground: No Offshore Drilling in Virginia, Atlantic

The Obama administration is expected to release its draft 2017-2022 Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program today. The proposal keeps dirty fuel development off-limits along the Pacific and Northern Atlantic coasts, as well as in some areas of the Arctic Ocean, while opening up new areas off the Atlantic, Gulf and Alaskan coasts [...]

McAuliffe Joins People’s Climate March. What’s Next?
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McAuliffe Joins People’s Climate March. What’s Next?

Even if you didn’t make it to New York City for the People’s Climate March, you couldn’t escape the coverage. 400,000 people in the streets of Manhattan demanding action on climate change. It was exhilarating! And 1,000 of us made the long trip from Virginia. Over 700 boarded 13 buses from across Virginia for the [...]

Tell the Feds: “No to new leasing for gas and oil in America’s oceans”
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Tell the Feds: “No to new leasing for gas and oil in America’s oceans”

Four years ago, America’s worst oil disaster, the BP Oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, killed eleven people and gushed 210 million gallons of oil into the ocean. Today at least 14 species, including birds, fish and dolphins are struggling to survive and the once lucrative fishing, tourism and recreation economies of the Gulf [...]

2014 Fall Annual Gathering Promises Nature, Music, Food, Fun & Education
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2014 Fall Annual Gathering Promises Nature, Music, Food, Fun & Education

Every year Virginia Sierra Club members join together for a weekend of hiking, music, fun and, of course, learning about how to protect our natural environment in Virginia. This 3 day, 2 night gathering includes nature hikes, Virginia Sierra Club happenings, great music and fellowship. If you’ve never been this is the year to try [...]