See the New 24/7 Fracking Help Center

Halt the Harm Network and Mountain Watershed Association have compiled fact-checked information, sources, and reports, as well as answers to common questions regarding fracking’s harms. Now, you can access all of this information through the Rapid Response Resource Center. Learn about the Resource Center, how you can contribute content, and how you can use the…

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Exploring the Environmental Health Channel

Are you a researcher, health professional, or just wanting to learn more about the health impacts of oil & gas drilling? Check out the Environmental Health Channel – a new tool that provides visual access to health data & the impacts of industry. In this webinar replay, Ryan Grode and Sarah Roberts from the Environmental…

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What’s new with the network this quarter? Here’s a Q3 Update!

What’s new across the network this quarter? Summer’s gone already? It’s time for the third quarter update! It was fantastic to support some great campaign wins and lots of leader activity this quarter in the network. Here’s the dashboard of our progress toward the network’s 2017 goals so far. Here are some highlights from the…

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Injection Wells 101 – finding a place for our fracking waste

Unconventional oil and gas operations have to eliminate the flowback waste that results from fracking. Recycling is an available, but not a frequently used option. Companies prefer to use underground injection wells. The number of these wells being developed is growing at a rapid pace, and residents who live nearby are left with questions and…

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Congratulations to this year’s Community Sentinel Awardees!

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…

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Webinar : Too Dirty, Too Dangerous : Why Health Professionals Reject Natural Gas

Graphic : Too Dirty Too Dangerous - Why Health Professionals Reject Natural Gas

Are you concerned about fracking? Natural gas pipelines and compressor stations? Have you tried to make the argument that fracking is unsafe, yet haven’t yet found a way to do so with research? Physicians for Social Responsibility has just released a new comprehensive report with summaries of recent medical and scientific studies on just how…

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Webinar : Building Your Network – Tools For Collaboration

This is the first in a series of training webinars that connect leaders in the network who have valuable skills to offer. This series is covering topics like : fracking research, litigation, networking, email management, campaign strategy, fundraising, and more… (signup below for details) Learn about two valuable (and free!) tools which allow you to…

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Want to Improve Your Organizing Skills?

One thing that’s been effective with our network is webinars. This format has allowed parts of our network to share information, teach each other, and even strategize together from a distance. Click here to see past webinars or signup for webinar announcements. Anyways, one thing that’s been missing is hands-on training on how to get more…

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No raids, no KKK, intersectional justice shows the way

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…

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