New climate change guidelines make for better decision-making
August 2, 2016
New federal guidelines require agencies to consider climate change when evaluating proposals, providing a vital tool to inform and improve public decision-making. (© Robert Llewellyn)
Today the Obama Administration released guidelines on how federal agencies should consider climate change when assessing proposed projects.
Mid-Currituck Bridge, NC | Southern Environmental Law Center
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SELC Mid-Currituck Presentation
The timeline is a farce and NCDOT knows it!
1. There is no Record of Decision. No R.O.D., no bridge.
2. They are trying to fund 60% of the cost with toll revenue bonds and without the “gap” funding that was removed from statute, $28 million/year for 30-40 years; no private equity- the PPP was […]
There are many concerned citizens and vacationers that support the SELC in their efforts against Mid-Currituck Bridge, an unnecessary, extremely expensive, and environmentally damaging project.
The cost of the project has ranged from $750 million in a 2010 Letter of Interest for a federal T.I.F.I.A. loan to a “normalized cost” of $410 million for […]
“Having that shield does make a difference.” NCEast’s John Chaffee on the need for a freeway
By William F. West Staff Writer The Daily Advance Saturday, April 4, 2015
The leader of a regional economic development group said that a freeway via Elizabeth City is needed to help boost commerce between the Raleigh-Durham area and […]
Local leaders need to implement and advocate for improvements to the existing roads as outlined in the FEIS for the Mid-Currituck Bridge. Known as the ER2 alternative to building a bridge. ADD PAVEMENT TO NC12, Southern Shores through Duck and build the flyover interchange at the US158/NC12 intersection.
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