In a joint letter to DOE, nine organizations, including AMC, the Conservation Law Foundation, and the Forest Society, expressed deep concern over a conflict of interest, discovered by CLF, in the selection process for an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) contractor for the Northern Pass project. The letter demands that the contractor be removed and calls for an “open, fair, and impartial” review of the controversial power line project. Listen here to the New Hampshire Public Radio report >>
For more information on AMC’s opposition to Northern Pass, and recent visual impact assessment, visit www.outdoors.org/northernpass.
To stay up to date on developments on Northern Pass, and ways to take action, join AMC’s Conservation Action Network >>
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