Bold Nebraska director and Bold Alliance president Jane Kleeb was profiled by PBS’s “Postcards from the Great Divide” in a segment focusing on her role as incoming chair of the Nebraska Democratic Party.
UPCOMING MEETINGS: The Nebraska Easement Action Team (N.E.A.T.) and Bold Nebraska are hosting another round of landowner meetings, to share information and hear landowners’ concerns about eminent domain and proposed carbon pipeline projects. Meetings will be held in Wayne, Columbus, Norfolk and Grand Island, kicking off with another virtual meeting for landowners on Thursday, Feb. […]Read Post
#1: SAFETY In the event of a carbon pipeline rupture or leak, an explosive plume of CO2 gas can emerge, odorless and colorless, an asphyxiant that can suffocate all living beings, and prevent combustion vehicles like cars from starting to enable an escape to safety. At concentrations between 2-10%, CO2 can cause nausea, dizziness, headache, […]Read Post
At least two companies (“Summit” and “Navigator”) are currently contacting landowners in Nebraska (and other states: Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Illinois) for permission to survey their land and obtain voluntary easements for “carbon / CO2” pipelines. Register to attend: Bold Nebraska will host community meetings for impacted landowners and their neighbors in […]Read Post