In episode 8, we take a look at the impact that the pipelines have had on state elections in 2017, and how the political conversation has changed over the last three years. Original Air Date: 11/3/17
FERC grants “Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity” for both the Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast Pipelines. What does this mean for pipeline fighters, and more importantly, are these pipeline projects really neededc? In this episode, we get a lesson in the history of energy demand in the United States, plus a look at what… Read more »
In this episode, we hear excerpts from two different presentations of comments to the Virgnia State Water Control Board and DEQ on issues of water impacts from the Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast Pipelines. Original Air Date: 9/29/17
Episode 5 sheds light on the unheard voices of residents, buried by bureaucracy in the process of permitting water crossings by the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and Mountain Valley Pipeline. Original Air Date: 9/15/17
In Episode 4, we hear from familiar voices and some new ones, on an issue that has been at the forefront of most minds in the last year: water. Original Air Date: 9/1/17
What is the human cost of the heart of a pipeline? In the midst of turmoil surrounding historic erasure in the south, this episode tells the unique and troubling story of land, ownership and erasure in the neighborhood of Union Hill, Buckingham County, Virginia.
In Episode 2, we hear stories from Bent Mountain residents resisting surveyor trespass against the Mountain Valley Pipeline, and from Nelson County neighbors uniting in the face of controversial routes over the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Music by Restroy and Lobo Marino.