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Who Can Stop Dynegy?  The NPS!

Who Can Stop Dynegy? The NPS!

The National Park Service can, and should stop Dynegy's massive riverbank project. It is not consistent with requirements of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act ... READ MORE
Dynegy Wants to Cap, Leave, and Run

Dynegy Wants to Cap, Leave, and Run

Dynegy wants to permanently cap the coal ash, “stabilize” the abutting riverbank, wipe their hands, and pat themselves on the back for a job well done ... READ MORE
EJC Objects to Dynegy Permit

EJC Objects to Dynegy Permit

EJC objects to the issuance of a Section 404 permit for Dynegy's harmful Middle Fork riverbank project, and asks for an Environmental Impact Statement ... READ MORE
Cap and Run: Illinois' Coal Ash Crisis

Cap and Run: Illinois’ Coal Ash Crisis

EJC participated in a 11-28 press event releasing "Cap and Run", a new report calling on legislators to address Illinois urgent coal ash crisis in 2019 ... READ MORE
Speak Up for Illinois Water!

Speak Up for Illinois Water!

90% of Illinois’ reporting coal plants have groundwater contaminated with toxic pollutants such as arsenic, boron, cadmium, chromium, lead and selenium ... READ MORE
Take Three Action Steps

Take Three Action Steps

Here are three things you can do to ensure Illinois' only National Scenic River is permanently protected from coal ash pollution and the threat of a coal ash spill ... READ MORE
Tell the Army Corps to Hold a Hearing!

Tell the Army Corps to Hold a Hearing!

Tell the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to hold a public hearing on Vistra's plan to build a massive wall of rock next to two coal ash pits that will harm the Middle Fork ... READ MORE
Send a Comment to the Army Corps

Send a Comment to the Army Corps

We need you to send a comment to the Army Corps of Engineers telling them why Dynegy's riverbank armoring project will unnecessarily harm the Middle Fork ... READ MORE