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Book Chat: Gaslight by Jonathan Mingle
Book Chat: Gaslight by Jonathan Mingle

Fri, Jun 14


Seven Arrows Brewing Company

Book Chat: Gaslight by Jonathan Mingle

Join us for book chat with Jonathan Mingle author of "Gaslight: The Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the Fight for America's Energy Future" in conversation with Nancy Sorrells.

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Time & Location

Jun 14, 2024, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Seven Arrows Brewing Company, 2508 Jefferson Hwy #1, Waynesboro, VA 22980, USA


About the Event

Join us on Friday, June 14th, at 4PM at Seven Arrows Brewing Co.  for an author chat with Jonathan Mingle and his book Gaslight: The Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the Fight for America's Energy Future in conversation with Nancy Sorrells.

About the Book:

Imagine one day you receive a letter in the mail that informs you that a large energy company is planning to build a massive pipeline through your property. That surveyors will be coming out soon. That they have the legal right to do so, whether you like it or not, because this project is in the “public interest”—because the pipeline will be carrying natural gas, the so-called “bridge fuel” that politicians on both sides of the aisle have been peddling for decades as the path to a clean, green energy future.

Jonathan Mingle's Gaslight is more than the chronicle of a turning point in American history. Vivid and suspenseful, gut-wrenching and insightful, it is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the dark, overlooked story of America’s “favorite fossil fuel,” and the immense future stakes of the energy choices we face today.

About the Author:

Jonathan Mingle is a freelance writer and journalist. As a 2020 recipient of the Alicia Patterson Foundation Fellowship, he reported on political, policy, and grassroots battles over natural gas (aka methane) infrastructure and its local and global climate consequences. He has written about climate change impacts and solutions, air pollution and public health, energy and resource issues, development and technology, and much more for a range of outlets, including The New York Review of Books, The New York Times, Slate, Undark, Yale Environment 360, and The Boston Globe.

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