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…

HHN Welcome Committee Fellowship 2019

July 29, 2019

Note: The 2019 Welcome Committee fellowships for HHN have been filled. Make sure to join the network to be informed about upcoming opportunities. Welcome Committee fellows make sure the process for participating in Halt the Harm Network are smooth, inclusive and friendly.  We support network participants via the “Welcome Committee”. We are looking for people…

Announcing Social Media Fellowship

May 14, 2018

The Halt the Harm Network serves and connects thousands of people who are working to halt the harm caused by fracking and gas development. The network brings together people from across the nation to share ideas and resources, actively identifying areas where people need support and looking within the network itself to find solutions. Specifically,…

Share a Resource on Public Hearings

May 8, 2018

Do you have any resources, guides, courses, or articles to add to a list about being effective in public hearings? Add to the public process resource list that we’re compiling for the network. Simply add any links or references in this form and we’ll be able to share it during out upcoming webinar, or on…

Congratulations to this year’s Community Sentinel Awardees!

October 8, 2017

Here’s to ending the week on a high note! We are so excited to share with you all that two of your very own, Halt the Harm Network leaders, have been honored by the FracTracker Alliance’s annual Community Sentinel Awards: Ranjana Bhandari from Arlington, Texas and Frank Finan from Hop Bottom, Pennsylvania. The third recipient…

The Citizen Science Toolkit from Environmental Health Project

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

No raids, no KKK, intersectional justice shows the way

August 4, 2017

Fighting the harms of fracking and gas development is not just an endeavor to fight where the steel pipes get placed or where holes are opened to the ground. Fighting the harms of fracking most often means looking across the landscape and up from a policy into the eyes of the people we serve. Those…

Will Detailed Litigation Reports Help Your Campaign?

May 19, 2017

As a part of the pilot Map of Litigation service, we’re working with a select number of Leaders to develop custom reports from Ravel Law to support leaders’ current and future work. Ravel’s Data Services enable firms, researchers and developers to access, understand and extract value from massive amounts of legal data. Click here to read…