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December 22, 2023 News

The League Line: Winter 2024

Cover: Outraged Citizens Fight Back Against Proposed LNG Storage Facility Director’s Report: Sand Mining: Is it Coming to a Community Near You? Sailing the World for Ocean Research EPA Approves-Then…

October 23, 2023 News

The League Line: Fall 2023

Cover: BREDL Air Monitoring Program Nears Launch Director’s Report: Internet Safety – Best Practices for Environmentalists Fight Climate Change – Why Maui Matters Pollution is Affecting Our Children Protesting for…

April 28, 2023 News

The League Line: Spring 2023

Cover: Winston-Salem residents seek legislative changes in wake of fertilizer plant fire Director’s Report: Understanding Climate Change and Global Warming means taking action! There is no away for PFAS… BREDL’s…

January 17, 2023 News

The League Line: Winter 2023

Cover: BREDL Awarded Major EPA Grant Director’s Report: Corruption keeps fossil fuel industry strong One year after fertilizer plant fire, questions remain in Winston-Salem Who’s helping who? We have questions!…

October 20, 2022 News

The League Line: Fall 2022

Cover: A Victory for the People! Director’s Report: An environmental nightmare called eminent domain. “Forever chemical” GenX found in Roanoke River and local drinking water supply reservoir North and South…

June 1, 2022 News

The League Line: Summer 2022

  • Cover: Seeking protection for our local communities is something that we must continue to pursue by Charles Utley
  • BREDL sending representative to Germany for peace delegation by Jenn Galler
  • Director’s Report: Citizens’ responsibility when it comes to pollution by Kathy Andrews
  • EPA takes action on PFAS by Therese Vick
  • Disenfranchisement and its impact on environmental justice by Jason Torian
  • Solar panels in parking lots by Ann Rogers
  • BREDL welcomes Jan Haagensen as Development Director

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April 1, 2022 News

The League Line: Spring 2022

  • Cover: Fire at Winston-Salem fertilizer operation exposes weaknesses and loopholes in state and federal regulations by Therese Vick
  • Georgia state House of Representatives honor Renee Cail with the 2022 Yellow Rose Nikki T. Randall Servant Leader Award
  • Rev. Charles Utley spoke as part of U.S. Department of State’s Leadership Program
  • Director’s Report: Fundraising during tough times by Kathy Andrews
  • Environmental Injustices persist in Chapel Hill by Jason Torian
  • BREDL seeks revamping of water quality standards for Mountain Valley Pipeline by Ann Rogers
  • Sharon Ponton retires from BREDL
  • BREDL welcomes Jason Torian as community organizer

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January 1, 2022 News

The League Line: Winter 2022

  • Cover: Virginia air board denies permit for MVP Southgate compressor station – MVP appeals decision by Mark Barker
  • Director’s Report: The people of Pamplico, South Carolina must rise up and fight Dominion Energy by Kathy Andrews
  • Unity and support makes a difference for the needs of our communities by Charles Utley, BREDL Associate Director
  • The 1,4 Dioxane Dilemma continues… by Therese Vick
  • Update and next steps on Mountain Valley Pipeline by Ann Rogers
  • “It took a while, but in the end we won.” by Lou Zeller, BREDL Strategic Advisor
  • Ways to raise money for your chapter

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October 1, 2021 News

The League Line: Fall 2021

  • Cover: BREDL welcomes Kathy Andrews as new executive director
  • TVA retains ownership of the Bellefonte Nuclear Plant site – Agency will not request any new licensing by Sandy Kurtz, BREDL Co-President
  • The 1,4 Dioxane Dilemma by Therese Vick
  • Roanoke County Supervisor takes action on MVP by Ann Rogers
  • BREDL welcomes new chapter Coalition for a Clean Dan River Region by Julie Owen, CCDRR Director
  • People vs. Fossil Fuels pictorial
  • “In honor of a Code Red Warning, I Harken Thee” – a poem by Frank McManus

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