Video: Natural Gas Infrastructure and Public Health: From Local to Global (January 30, 2018)

Video: Living with Compressor Stations – A Presentation by Southwest Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project on December 11, 2017 based on its report: Health Effects Associated with Stack Chemical Emissions From New York State Natural Gas Compressor Stations 2008-2014 (December 2017)
Part 1 (25 minutes)
Part 2 (10 minutes)
Analysis of emissions data self reported by industry to NYSDEC and EPA’s National Emissions Inventory. First time emissions data and health effects compiled together raising questions re: health impacts to residents in communities in proximity to 18 Title V compressor stations in NYS

Video of Dr. Courtney Williams presentation on December 4, 2017 in Somers about the Algonquin Pipeline expansion

Susan Van Dolsen presents to Greenburgh Town Board (from 20:00 to 40:00) – June 21, 2016

SAPE Press Conference 9/15/14 Morabito Center, Cortlandt, NY

FERC Hearing 9/15/14, Morabito Center, Cortlandt, NY, video here.

Expert Presentations

Two very successful educational forums were held on December 12, 2013 in Montrose and December 13, 2013 in Mahopac. Expert speakers Wilma Subra of Subra Company, Rick Kuprewicz of Accufacts, Matt Walker of Clean Air Council and Nadia Steinzor of Earthworks presented critical information about pipeline safety and health impacts from pipelines and compressor stations. Gary Shaw of Indian Point Safe Energy Coalition presented the dangers of siting the expanded pipeline near the Indian Point nuclear facility and on two fault lines. We encourage you to watch the speakers’ presentations on the video link below, read the speakers’ power point presentations and visit their websites as well as the Resources tab on this website. Please Contact Us if you have any questions about the presentations. We encourage you to ask questions of Spectra, FERC and your elected officials in order to understand the implications of the AIM project on the air, water, health and safety of Rockland, Westchester and Putnam residents, as well as those in the New England states that are proposed recipients of the gas.