N.C. Tribes Faced Obstacles to Atlantic Coast Pipeline Water Planning, Study Shows

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The now-canceled Atlantic Coast Pipeline project would have crossed streams and wetlands important to Indigenous people in North Carolina, raising concerns from tribes about negative impacts to water quality and how their voices were unheard in pipeline planning.

Associated journal article: Emanuel, R.E.; Wilkins, D.E. (2020). “Breaching Barriers: The Fight for Indigenous Participation in Water Governance.” Water 12, 2113.

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