Meg Sheehan from NAMRA Speaks on the Champlain Hudson Power Express Hydropower Corridor

A Notice of Violations of the Endangered Species Act was sent by the Center for Biological Diversity, NAMRA and the Innu Nation to the U.S. Department of Energy warning them that the Champlain Hudson Power Express (CHPE) hydropower corridor from Canada to New York City will harm threatened Atlantic Sturgeon, the climate and Indigenous front-line communities. We talk with Meg Sheehan of the North American Megadam Resistance Alliance. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.

Joanna Pennings

Joanna Pennings

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