Contact Governor McAuliff and ask him to re-evaluate his position and reverse his support for the proposed 550-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the 350-mile Mountain Valley Pipeline that will cut through the heart of Central and Southwest Virginia. The Sierra Club opposes the pipelines for the following reasons: Using eminent domain for private purposes. These [...]
Author Archive for Corrina Beall
Corrina Beall is the Legislative Coordinator for the Virginia Chapter of the Sierra Club.
The secret’s out, Dominion Resources: You’re keeping bad company. It’s time to end your membership in ALEC, an extremist group that promotes voter-suppression efforts, stand-your-ground gun laws, and a host of other noxious measures with a big-business, anti-consumer, pro-polluter agenda. Dominion claims to care about the environment, but its support for ALEC belies that claim. [...]
The issue of toxic pollution in Virginia has been too long ignored in a state that prides itself as business friendly and pursues environmental policies that rely on voluntary compliance and self-enforcement. There has also been an erroneous belief among too many public officials in Virginia that pollution is one of the costs of a [...]
The message at EPA headquarters in Washington DC on January 29th and 30th about the proposed Clean Power Plan was clear and simple, as hundreds of citizens from the District of Columbia, Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware, and Pennsylvania asked the administration to keep moving forward to reduce carbon pollution from power plants and clean up [...]
By Ivy Main Guest Blogger Ivy Main has been an advocate for renewable energy with the Sierra Club since 2007. A lawyer by training, she lobbies extensively in the General Assembly for stronger clean energy policies and writes a regular blog, Power for the People VA, about energy policy in Virginia. She was the lead [...]