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document December 6, 2012

Susquehanna Injunction

document December 6, 2012

FEIS Roadways and Project Vicinity

document December 6, 2012

FEIS Roadways

document December 6, 2012

FEIS Socioeconomics Area of Effect

Press Release December 6, 2012

Conservation Groups Move to Stop Power Line Construction Before Irreversible Damage Is Done

Susquehanna-Roseland line through New Jersey and Pennsylvania would cause significant harm to treasured national parks

Press Release October 15, 2012

Conservation Groups Challenge Approval of Power Line Planned to Cut Through Treasured National Parks

Susquehanna-Roseland line through New Jersey and Pennsylvania to cause significant harm to national parks

document November 29, 2011

Letter Brief In Support Of Motion To Remand

document November 29, 2011

Scoping Comments

Press Release November 29, 2011

Groups Challenge Need for Dirty Energy Transmission Project

Changed circumstances demand reconsideration of the Susquehanna-Roseland Line

Article November 11, 2011

New Jersey Rally Protests Dirty Energy Power Lines

There was more than the usual lurking going on Thursday afternoon in Lurker Park in East Hanover, New Jersey. More than 50 people turned out to protest the Obama administration’s fast-tracking of a proposed electrical power line that would bring coal-fired power to New Jersey. The protesters say we should be using less, not more, coal-fired…

The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area is visited by more than 5.2 million people annually.
(Photo courtesy of Nicholas A. Tonelli)
case April 6, 2011

Challenging a Supersized Transmission Line in the Delaware Water Gap

In October 2012, Earthjustice represented a coalition of national, regional and local conservation groups in New Jersey and Pennsylvania to file suit in federal court challenging the approval by the National Park Service (NPS) of a supersized transmission line that would cut through three popular national parks. The suit against the NPS challenges the agency’s…

document February 3, 2011

Susquehanna Roseland Motion Reopen

Press Release February 3, 2011

Groups Seek to Reopen Electrical Transmission Line Decision

Construction of line would encourage dirty coal instead of clean energy