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Making it Real: A Forum on Energy and Climate – Vermont Event

While the governors of northeastern states meet with the premiers of the eastern Canadian provinces in a conference sponsored by big energy corporations in Stowe, community activists and experts will discuss the perils fracked gas pipelines, mega-dams and their associated long-distance transmission lines, nuclear power, biofuels, tar sands and other false climate solutions, and propose […]

Is Fracked Gas Really Banned in New York? – Opinion Piece

As a founding member of Stop NY Fracked Gas Pipeline, I am greatly concerned about Governor Cuomo’s proposal for a new fracked gas power plant to be built in the Sheridan Hollow neighborhood of Albany.

Although the governor banned fracking in New York State due to the health hazards of fracked gas, he continues to […]

Which Way Will the Wind Blow? Sheridan Hollow Power Plant event

Please attend a public forum about fracked gas, health problems and environmental racism from the proposed Sheridan Hollow power plant. The event will be at the First United Methodist Church, 1 Gilligan Road, East Greenbush on Monday, June 25 at 6:30 pm.

Featured speakers include Merton Simpson, Albany County Legislator of Sheridan Hollow […]

August and September 2017 Resilience Events

Three Events You Should Know About:

No-Pipeline-Here Rally | 8/12 @ 12:00 PM – Lebanon, N H Hartford, VT Resilience Week | 8/18 – 8/25 Deep Change 2017 Conference | 9/16 – 9/17

 

No Pipeline Here Rally, Saturday, August 12th

On the Green in Lebanon, NH Noon till 2:30 PM Stop the fracked […]

Book Review: Frackopoly: The Battle For The Future Of Energy And The Environment

By Wenonah Hauter

The New Press, June 2016, 346 pages, $27.95

Book review by Tammy Reiss

Every registered American voter should read Frackopoly because nothing scares corrupt corporations, lobbyists, and politicians more than a well-informed voter. Frackopoly is full of fearlessly exposed history and detailed information. It can enlighten any […]

Health Dangers of Fracking Revealed in Johns Hopkins Study

From EcoWatch http://www.ecowatch.com/health-dangers-fracking-1986527671.html

A new study out today from Johns Hopkins in Environmental Health Perspectives revealed associations between fracking and various health symptoms including nasal and sinus problems, migraines and fatigue in Pennsylvanians living near areas of natural gas development. The study suggests that residents with the highest exposure to active fracking wells are nearly […]

New Report:

19 Proposed Fracking Pipelines Would Push Us Past Point of No Return, Report Finds

by Lorraine Chow

The U.S. will burst through its emission-reduction target under the Paris climate agreementif the 19 natural gas pipelines proposed in the Appalachian Basin come to fruition, according to a new study.

The report, A Bridge Too […]

Duke Study: Rivers Contaminated With Radium and Lead From Thousands of Fracking Wastewater Spills

Sharon Kelly, DeSmogBlog | May 9, 2016

Thousands of oil and gas industry wastewater spills in North Dakota have caused “widespread” contamination from radioactive materials, heavy metals and corrosive salts, putting the health of people and wildlife at risk, researchers from Duke University concluded in a newly released peer-reviewed study

 

Some rivers and […]

GASWORK, The Fight for C.J.’s Law

From Josh Fox, Director of “Gasland,” comes GASWORK, The Fight for C.J.’s Law

Josh will be on MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes on October 2.

We are excited to share our new short film with you today. GASWORK, The Fight for C.J.’s Law investigates deadly working conditions […]

Fracked Gas is Worse than Coal

Josh Fox and Lee Zeische were arrested protesting fracked gas storage in salt caverns under Seneca Lake. Photo courtesy of ‘We Are Seneca Lake.’

By Josh Fox and Lee Ziesche

A duplicitous and dangerous shift in energy is unfolding across our country. As part of the Obama Administration’s climate plan, coal-fired power […]