πŸ—ž August 2022 – Network Newsletter

August 14, 2022

Welcome to our August network newsletter (issue #6)! In this newsletter you’ll find a compilation of updates from leaders across the country, new media and resources, upcoming events, and network news. You can skim through this newsletter to see what’s happening in the anti-fracking movement and check out some great events and updates from our…

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πŸ—ž June & July 2022 – Network Newsletter

July 14, 2022

Welcome to our June and July network newsletter (issue #5), a compilation of updates from leaders across the country, new media and resources, upcoming events, and network news. How is your summer going? Since it’s summertime and things are moving more slowly, we decided to combine our June and July newsletters. You can skim through…

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PFAS, Pregnancy, and Public Health: Experts Weigh In

June 8, 2022

Join the discussion in Halt the Harm Network to connect with experts and explore further information on this topic. Also visit https://www.environmentalhealthproject.org Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) were originally created for their durability and non-stick properties and therefore are used in many consumer products and firefighting foam. We now know that PFAS are hazardous to…

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πŸ—ž May 2022 – Network Newsletter

May 14, 2022

May 2022 This newsletter is a compilation of updates from leaders across the country working on fracking and other oil & gas related issues. Skim through this newsletter to see the updates – and to hear about things when they happen, visit network.halttheharm.net. In this email Network Alerts Upcoming Events New Media Acknowledgements Recommended Resources…

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Climate Change and Health: Indicators and Pathways

April 15, 2022

Climate Change and Health: Indicators and Pathways was a live event on April 15, 2022, hosted by Physicians for Social Responsibility Pennsylvania (PSR PA). β†’ Join the discussion and watch at network.hatltheharm.net The influences of weather and climate on human health are varied and increasingly alarming. Exposure to health hazards related to climate change has…

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Using Maps & Data to Empower Action – Allegheny Co. PA Specific

March 28, 2022

In this Allegheny Co. PA specific webinar, FracTracker Alliance’s expert mapping team will show you how to harness the power of maps and data to advance your grassroots environmental justice campaigns! Maps, data, and audiovisual tools are powerful ways to show the issues at hand and inspire action for a healthier future. The FracTracker team…

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πŸ—ž March 2022 – Network Newsletter

March 1, 2022

Welcome to our March newsletter! We’re excited to tell you about all the events and activities Halt the Harm’s partners and leaders are doing in the coming weeks, as well as look back at last month’s big happenings. We also want to take a moment acknowledge the incredible work people around the country are doing…

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πŸ—ž February 2022 – Network Newsletter

February 1, 2022

Welcome to the 2nd installment of our new monthly newsletter – a place to share updates, acknowledgements, and insight into what’s happening in Halt the Harm Network. I’m especially excited about the acknowledgements included below, because it’s so important to recognize our wins and share them across the movement. If you’re one of the many…

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Rebuilding the Leader Directory in 2020

July 21, 2020

Let’s face it, the Leader Directory has been a challenge – so we’re rebuilding it from the ground up. You may have joined, set up your profile, and then realized it was a bit slow and challenging to find your way around. The map never quite worked the way it should, and you maybe weren’t…

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Become a Citizen Scientist now! Free Toolkit

September 20, 2017

Check out the new Citizen Science Toolkit by @EHPinfo now! #EHPCitSci http://ow.ly/bgus30eX5tJ

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