Amity and Prosperity Now, a Discussion with Eliza Griswold

May 28, 2020

Join us for a discussion with Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist and poet, Eliza Griswold, author of Amity and Prosperity: One Family and the Fracturing of America. powered by Crowdcast A contributing writer to the New Yorker and a Distinguished Writer in Residence at New York University, Eliza will be our guest for a conversation about…

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How to Involve Your Kids in Protecting Their Environment

March 11, 2020

Last year a group of 40+ kids traveled to Harrisburg, from all over Pennsylvania to bring letters and a pledge to the governor’s office. They created costumes, made friends, and even caught the governor trying to sneak away from his office. In this webinar you will see an example of how you, as parents and…

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Collecting Oil/Gas data at scale with outdoor volunteers

January 4, 2020

Could access to an army of well-trained data-collecting volunteers help you achieve your oil/gas related objectives? Which datasets would help you achieve your mission? Adventure Scientists will be sharing examples of how they partner with environmental groups to design and execute data-collection missions. Through their passionate adventurer community,  they are able to gather data from…

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Raising Resistance, Send your Gratitude to Four Amazing People Fighting harms of Fracking.

December 4, 2019

Thank you. Thank you for all you do to fight the harms of fracking and gas development. Thank you for reading and listening and being informed. Thank you for supporting leaders in your community that are fighting among crazy conditions and seemingly insurmountable industry pressures. Thank you for speaking up about the threats and harms…

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Movement Networking and Campaign Updates

December 4, 2019

We have so much to learn from each other and the different fights around the country. Pipelines, export facilities, fracking, storage hubs, refineries, ethane crackers… the list goes on. You know better than most – taking on one of the most powerful and reckless industries ever to exist is hard, thankless work. And if you’ve…

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Resist Cricket Valley’s Fracked Gas Power Plant

November 5, 2019

Links: (Bill McKibben on why CVE must be stopped) (Reverend Billy & Stop Shopping Choir mini-movie) Nov.16th rally invite: Breakdown the Fracked Gas Shakedown Local campaign Financial ties Local Farm Radio show of Sachem HawkStorm Description The Cricket Valley Energy Center (CVEC) is a 1,100 megawatt plant under construction in Dover…

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Webinar- Drilling and Spilling: How Mariner East Impacts Wetland, Waterways and Drinking Water

October 30, 2019

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…

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Are You In The Blast Zone?

September 25, 2019

Halt Mariner Now is hosting a series of webinars on the Mariner East Pipelines. This webinar will cover the following topics: The risks associated with Mariner East pipelines and their highly combustible contents Why these odorless, highly volatile liquids (HVL) pipelines are uniquely hazardous and unlike other pipelines Why emergency preparedness, notification and evacuation plans…

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

August 31, 2019

The You Are Here Map visualizes local fracking infrastructure connections in New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Want more free services like this webinar? Apply to be a Halt the Harm Network Leader! The map is intended to connect people to local grassroots groups fighting gas infrastructure, and to be used as an educational tool for…

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How Long Will the Shale Revolution Last?: Technology versus Geology and the Lifecycle of Shale Plays

August 15, 2019

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,…

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