Nathan Crabbe has an editorial in the Nov. 2, 2015 Gainesville Sun where he discusses the EPA’s recent criticism regarding the FERC’s support of the controversial Sabal Trail project. The editorial, entitled “A public watchdog when one’s needed,” contains a poignant comment, which would be echoed by many environmental groups in Florida and Georgia:
How refreshing it is to see what is supposed to be a public watchdog, the EPA, act like, rather than serve as industry rubber stamps like the FERC, DEP and PSC.
Go to this link to see the whole story. And once again, OSFR commends Nathan Crabbe and the Gainesville Sun for their support for clean water and the environment in Florida.