Stopping Pipeline Expansion in New York

On today’s episode, we’re discussing Enbridge’s proposal to expand the Algonquin Pipeline, also known as Project Maple. Our guest is Santosh Nandabalan.

Santosh Nandabalan is a Senior Organizer at Food & Water Watch. Alongside working on state and federal legislation to tackle climate change, Santosh has years of experience managing coalitions and building out strategic campaigns to stop fossil fuel projects in New York and advancing clean water protections. His work includes organizing in New York City and the Hudson Valley, including stopping fracked gas infrastructure like the Danskammer and Gowanus powerplants and keeping radioactive waste out of the Hudson River. Prior to Food & Water Watch, Santosh was a union organizer at SEIU and graduated from Gettysburg College with a BA in Philosophy.

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