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May 2019

Guided Tour of the Network

May 16 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT

Join us to learn more about the services provided by leaders in Halt the Harm Network, even if you've been a member for a while. The Network is a resource that supports hundreds of leaders, providing campaign support and connecting them to shared resources opposing the fracking industry. This webinar, and all the services provided by Halt the Harm Network are free to anyone taking a stand to protect their communities from the oil and gas industry. You Must RSVP…

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June 2019

Myths and Realities of zoning protections from Oil & Gas

June 12 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
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July 2019

Who pays? The economic and health impacts of fracking in PA

July 10 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
Free

Since the advent of unconventional shale gas drilling, some effects have been immediate, some have emerged over time and some are just becoming apparent. The webinar shares the two reports with a goal of seeking to advance our understanding of the breadth of the impacts of fracking in Pennsylvania by examining what science and analysis tell us about the health effects and economic costs of fracking, who is paying now, and what we can expect the future price is will…

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Taking Control of Permitting Process

July 31 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT

Do you want to be an environmental decision-maker? Communities have been assuming risk that they have not agreed to and would never agree to and the situation is only getting worse. Polluters are effectively planning these communities’ future. What’s more… they have experienced and adept legal counsel to help them navigate a complicated regulatory process – often so they can begin the permit approval process before it even exists. How can the rest of us participate in deciding the pollution…

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August 2019

How Long Will The Shale Revolution Last?

August 14 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT

Did you know that the Energy Information Administration (EIA) were forced to downgrade their estimates by 96%? The EIA has a track-record of over-estimating production – which, as you can imagine has a significant impact on policymakers. The rosy cheerleaders of the “shale revolution” are increasingly looking at a scoreboard that says the jobs, benefits, and recoverable gas will not pan out as they predicted. U.S. shale oil and gas production has reached record highs only as a result of…

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You Are Here: Mapping local fracking infrastructure and communities of resistance

August 21 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

The You Are Here Map visualizes local fracking infrastructure connections in New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The map is intended to connect people to local grassroots groups fighting gas infrastructure, and to be used as an educational tool for elected officials and community groups. Click around, explore, learn and share. Click here to register This webinar will also introduce FracTracker’s free mobile app, a tool designed for collection of field data relating to impacts of oil and gas infrastructure…

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Welcome Session: Getting to know Halt the Harm Network

August 27 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
a national network to stop fracking

Join us to learn more about the services provided by leaders in Halt the Harm Network – and if you've been a member for a while, learn what's new. The Network is a resource that supports hundreds of leaders, providing campaign support and connecting them to shared resources opposing the fracking industry. This webinar, and all the services provided by Halt the Harm Network are free to anyone taking a stand to protect their communities from the oil and gas…

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Why #HaltMariner Now?

August 28 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

Learn more about the statewide coalition of residents to stop Mariner East and how you and your community can get involved Click here to register via Zoom A coalition of groups including Protect PT, Del-Chesco United for Pipeline Safety, Middletown Coalition for Community Safety, and Mountain Watershed Association are hosting a webinar for leaders to discuss the #Halt Mariner Now campaign. The campaign aims to engage and educate the public in a pressure campaign to demand that Governor Tom Wolf…

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October 2019

Resist Cricket Valley’s Fracked Gas Power Plant

October 30 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
Free

The Cricket Valley Energy Center (CVEC) is a 1,100 megawatt plant under construction in Dover Plains, New York. It aims to receive out-of-state fracked gas through the Iroquois Gas Transmission System, a pipeline project co-owned by TransCanada and the Virginia-based fossil fuel powerhouse Dominion Resources. Advanced Power, a Switzerland-based private energy infrastructure company, will own and operate the plant. The plant is set to begin operations in 2020, but the growing region is beginning to move from legislative and legal…

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Drilling and Spilling: How Mariner East impacts wetlands, waterways and drinking water

October 30 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

Please join us Wednesday October 30th, 2019 at 7pm for the next webinar in our series:  Drilling and Spilling:  How Mariner East Impacts Wetlands, Waterways, and Drinking Water.  In this webinar you will learn: How pipelines can impact watersheds The history of Mariner East spills, drinking water contamination, sinkholes, and damage to wetlands and streams The history surrounding DEP permitting issues, legal action against Sunoco and DEP, and subsequent settlement agreements The current status of water impacts and water permitting…

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