See a 4.5-minute video about this innovative campaign that pits LOVE for NATURE and ART
against pipeline corporations that have been enabled by corrupt
politicians and policies to "condemn" personal property so they can
install dangerous, volatile pipelines bringing fracked gas to foreign
markets. Here's a great comprehensive six-minute video from the Guardian
about the "Algonquin Incremental Markets" Pipeline that's slated to go
109 feet from the Indian Point nuclear power plant, and also happens
to intersect the line that carries oil-laden "bomb trains" down the Hudson River. Oh, and it falls within the Ramapo seismic fault line. (Yes, you read all that right).
If you live in New York City, southern NYS, northern New Jersey, Connecticut, or Long Island, you should be worried. Very very worried. Nobody in
this region will benefit from cheaper gas. But this region could pay the
ultimate price millions of times over. And all for the short-term
enrichment of some corporate bigwigs, high-stakes investors, and the
politicians in their pockets.
Please take 10 minutes to learn how this will affect you and some of the other 20 million people who live in this densely populated area. And then please take action.
Maura Stephens is a generalist with many varied interests.
With deep background in journalism, human rights, international affairs, organic farming and food, interpersonal communication, arts, humanities, and sciences, she sees the interconnectedness in
. . . well, everything. If you need a label to describe her, perhaps it would be "independent dots connector" or "systems thinker."
If you're still tuning in to mainscream media (including most offerings of US "public" media), for the most part you're getting corporate spin and anticultural fluff, not real news, and that means your thinking is being deliberately colonized for the benefit of multinational corporations and the political operatives who abet them. Please check out some of the independent media sites linked below, and start getting an unfettered story.
Please also visit some of these organizations, which all do remarkable work.