Interested in Learning about Navigator's CO2 Pipeline?
Why is it being proposed? Who benefits? Who bears the risk?
MONDAY, March 7, 6:30pm to 8pm (CT)
Virtual meeting (webinar)
We will unpack concerns about safety, reduced crop yield, landowner rights, eminent domain, and more.
This meeting is for landowners, local officials, agencies, emergency responders, and anyone concerned about the proposed CO2 pipeline.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Your information will not be made public.
Jessica Wiskus, affected landowner. Jessica received notice from Navigator that her property lies within their planned corridor, and will share how this affects her.
Paul Blackburn, attorney, Bold Alliance, will present: what is behind this “gold-rush” of CO2 pipelines and how they are being funded; CO2 pipeline safety concerns and lack of federal oversight; lowered crop productivity associated with pipeline construction; and explain that this pipeline is just one of many planned.
John Albers, attorney and advocate for renewable energy and transportation electrification, will speak about eminent domain; the Illinois Commerce Commission’s approval process; what the ICC will consider when evaluating Navigator CO2 Venture’s Heartland Greenway. and how landowners, local officials, and emergency responders can organize to intervene. John formerly worked as an administrative judge at the ICC.
Coalition to Stop CO2 Pipelines
For more information, call: 217.607.1948 or email: email@example.com
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For a full-size map, click the image on the right showing the planned routing of Navigator's pipeline through Illinois.
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