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FERC Fails its Responsibility to our Natural and Human Environment

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FERC Fails its Responsibility to our Natural and Human Environment

In closing remarks about the impact of the Jordan Cove Pacific Connector Pipeline project on global warming, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) indicates: “Although the Project emissions would contribute to the overall amount of atmospheric [greenhouse gas] it is impossible to quantify the impacts that the emissions of [greenhouse gas] from construction and operation of the Project would have on climate change.” With that conclusion, the report closes consideration of this issue.

“The science of global warming is as clear as science ever gets” asserted Southern

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