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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the editor are an important way to convey facts and opinions about a proposed project. They also can shine a light on the negative aspects of a proposal, generating opposition required to stop or mitigate harm.

We hope you will take the time to write one! Here are some simple tips for writing a letter.  You can use the resources on this website (e.g., Eight Reasons to Oppose CO2 Pipelines) and draw from presentations in any of the webinars we have produced or resources we have assembled.

Read what residents and landowners have to say about unwanted, dangerous CO2  pipelines crossing the Midwest. There now are two planned:  Navigator CO2 Ventures and ADM / Wolf Carbon Solutions.

Landowners Opposed to CO2 Pipelines

Landowners Opposed to CO2 Pipelines

I would ask the McDonough County Board to get more involved and talk to the landowners about Navigator's CO2 pipeline. We don’t want it!  ...
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Can CO2 Leak into Our Aquifer?

Can CO2 Leak into Our Aquifer?

It's time to hear the truth: The Heartland Greenway project can’t “ensure” (as they repeatedly claim) that the CO2 will stay under a rock cap 6000 feet underground ...
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You Don't Have to Let Surveyors on Your Property

You Don’t Have to Let Surveyors on Your Property

Landowners: You don't have to allow surveyors on your property.. But you shouldn't ignore them, either ...
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CO2 Pipeline Causes Concerns

CO2 Pipeline Causes Concerns

CO2 pipelines cause concerns. A rupture actually happened in 2020 near Satartia, Mississippi, sending nearly 50 people to the hospital and requiring the evacuation of 300 ...
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The Problem with CO2 Pipelines

The Problem with CO2 Pipelines

There are better options to address climate change, which will avoid these risks. Community stakeholders such as the Faith Coalition for the Common Good oppose this pipeline ...
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Landowner Worried About CO2 Pipeline Safety

Landowner Worried About CO2 Pipeline Safety

Kathy Campbell, Glen Arm resident, received the letter threatening eminent domain she started doing a lot of research and learned CO2 pipelines are not safe ...
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Christian County Bears the Risk

Christian County Bears the Risk

Navigator's Heartland Greenway sequestration project grabs federal tax dollars, while leaving the risks with residents of Christian County ...
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Resident Opposed to CO2 PIPELINES

Resident Opposed to CO2 PIPELINES

Ruptures do happen!  In 2020, a break occurred near Satartia, Mississippi. Dozens of people were sickened by the escaping CO2.  ...
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Heartland Greenway - Is Anything But Green

Heartland Greenway – Is Anything But Green

Heartland Greenway is a money grab for the oil industry and is masquerading as the “green” project.  It is anything but “green” ...
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