The NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has proposed the first amendments to State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) regulations in over two decades. The amendments were driven in part by the desire to better align the environmental review process with state energy targets, including streamlining the process for installing solar arrays on priority sites, such as industrial sites and parking lots.
In comments submitted to DEC on proposed amendments by the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to the State Environmental Quality Review (SEQR) process, CLP recommends that DEC more comprehensively address the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of proposed fossil fuel infrastructure projects by taking into account all upstream and downstream emissions of those projects.
- The Pilgrim Pipelines: What Ulster County Citizens Need to Know
Slides from an informational forum presented by Kingston Citizens, Kingston City Hall (January 2017)
- A Pipeline Runs Through It
A short film by Jon Bowermaster about the Pilgrim and AIM pipeline projects (2017)
- Proposed Pilgrim Pipelines: The Project, Local Risks and Concerns
Slide presentation by Jen Metzger at Woodland Pond, New Paltz (March 2016)
- Pilgrim 101
Webinar by Kate Hudson (Riverkeeper) and Jen Metzger (CLP) (January 2016)
- The Proposed Pilgrim Pipeline: Cutting a Swath through New York Communities to Move Bakken Crude
Background Paper by Jen Metzger, Citizens for Local Power (September 2014)