Dante Swinton, Energy Justice Network

In this episode Dante Swinton, the coordinator of the Divert Baltimore Program talks about organizing and advocating for alternatives to developing a waste incinerator that would cause a public health crisis in Baltimore. By taking leadership and a design thinking approach, Dante is able to show that diverting the waste from incineration has social, environmental,…

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Eliza Griswold, Author of Amity and Prosperity

In this episode you’ll hear a recording of a webinar presentation that Eliza Griswold, author of Amity and Prosperity brought to the network. The presentation is followed by a Q&A with Eliza. In Amity and Prosperity, the prize-winning poet and journalist Eliza Griswold tells the story of the energy boom’s impact on a small town…

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Raina Rippel, Environmental Health Project

In this episode Raina Rippel from the Environmental Health Project talks about the Citizen Science Toolkit, a helpful resource for anyone who wants to protect their family and neighbors from the harms of fracking. This toolkit is an expansive document that details ways that anyone can participate in monitoring environmental health impacts. We talk about…

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Discussion With Eliza Griswold, Author Of Amity and Prosperity

Eliza Griswold, author of “Amity and Prosperity : One Family and the Fracturing of America” joined us for a live recorded discussion about her book on Wednesday, September 12th 2018. Eliza is currently on a book tour : visit www.amityandprosperity.com for tour dates. “Amity and Prosperity is at heart a David and Goliath story fit…

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Halt the Harm Podcast Season 2

Welcome to Halt the Harm Podcast, I’m your host Ryan Clover.  The network is to support leaders who are taking action to protect themselves and their communities from the harms of oil and gas industry. The podcast is a way to learn more about the people in the network, how they got involved, what work…

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Using Social Media for Advocacy

Are you using social media effectively? Organizations have developed a coordinated and strategic approach to using social media, and have been able to see tangible results: more people at events, more support during a fundraiser, more celebrating victories. In this webinar, you’ll learn from Katie Edwards, the social media director at the Clean Air Council,…

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Hiring : Job Opportunities in the Fracking Movement

There are opportunities for leaders in the network to find employment working to halt the harms of oil and gas industry. These are both time sensitive opportunities, but they represent the value of participating in a network. Join the Halt the Harm Network forum to hear about job openings as they become available, or to…

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Announcing Social Media Fellowship

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,…

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