Avoid the whole most vulnerable area of the Floridan Aquifer,
drinking water wells
environmental justice communities,
didn’t even identify Clean Water Act mitigations,
neglect isn’t mitigation,
and stop just tweaking
Sabal Trail’s preferred route even if Sabal Trail is at risk by its contract:
your process is broken, FERC!
all agencies means you, too, FERC,
about the December 2014 Revised Draft Guidance for Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate Change Impacts.
This project is so bad
EPA is setting aside its stance that natural gas is cleaner
and demanding a full life cycle analysis of the Transco – Sabal Trail – FSC project.
Above I paraphrase, but I do not exaggerate the severity and extent of EPA’s criticisms
of FERC’s DEIS for the proposed Sabal Trail pipeline.
Read it for yourself below.
EPA specifically criticizes the proposed HDD drilling under the Withlacoochee River
slightly upstream from Blue (Wade) Spring,
and going anywhere through the eroded karst sinkhole-prone terrain
of southern Brooks and Lowndes Counties, Georgia,
as well as in Florida through the
Cody Scarp with its springs, swallets, siphons, and merging sinkholes, under the Suwannee River, over Falmouth Cave,
and under the
Santa Fe River.
Florida Sierra Club did this: Continue reading