Don't miss your opportunity to connect, strategize, and learn from leaders in the network.
Organizing to protect our communities from fracking and gas development is hard work. We need to connect with each other, teach each other, and learn from each other's successes and challenges.
While it doesn't replace real-life events, webinars make it possible to share presentations & provide trainings from a distance.
Now that's great, but running webinars requires some powerful tools, and it can get expensive, even to just host the video files. That's where we come in. Our team can help provide the tools and technical support, and even assist in hosting your presentation. This way you can focus on sharing the content and perspective you bring to the network.
Click Here to join now, or, if you're already a member leave a comment below about topics you'd like to see, or volunteer to give a presentation.
What can you expect?
- Trainings on how to use important organizing tools
- Presentations about emerging science and data you can use for your campaign
- Case studies about how Leaders are working to fight the oil and gas industry.
- Presentations ranging from traditional slide-decks and information sharing live Q&A interviews or panel discussions.
What Topics do we cover?
- Health Advocacy
- Environmental Impacts
- Organizing Strategy
- Technical Skills
- Campaign Stories / Case-studies
- and more...
What kind of support do we provide?
If you are looking to host your own webinar, but need technical support, here's what we can provide:
- Webinar Software
- Setting up and hosting the registration page
- Day of operations
- Hosting or cohosting
- Webinar replay links & notes
- Event reporting and evaluations with survey results
If you have a topic or presentation and want to be featured in one of our upcoming webinars, fill out our form below. We would love to help support your webinar, “powered by the Halt the Harm Network”!
View Past Webinars
Here's a gallery of past trainings and webinars provided through the network.
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The public process can feel defeating – often times we hear about things when it’s too late, or an oil & gas project is presented as a done deal. Oil & gas companies rely on people feeling this way, so they can move through our democratic process quietly and efficiently. Because of this, it can…Read More
The Earthworks Community Empowerment Project Do you want to be able to show, without a doubt, the threats of oil and gas production? Last year Earthworks created over 250 videos documenting fracking air pollution around the U.S. Through the Community Empowerment Project, Earthworks brings the FLIR GasFindIR 320 Infrared Camera to people living with oil…Read More
Are you interested in tracking the long term fracking-related health effects you and your community are experiencing? Would you like to be a part of the research on fracking and health which may influence lawmakers and physicians? Would you like to feel less alone in your fracking-related health problems? More details (and registration) powered by…Read More
Do you live along the proposed route of the Falcon ethane pipeline, or do you suspect you might live nearby? Are you curious about the implications of building a major pipeline in Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania? FracTracker recently released a public environmental impact assessment (EIA) of the Falcon Pipeline being proposed to feed Shell’s…Read More
Do you want evidence from peer-reviewed research showing the health impacts of unconventional oil and gas drilling? Wouldn’t it be nice if all this research was accessible in one organized, searchable database?
It is! It’s a new tool by The Endocrine Disruption Exchange (TEDX) called the FrackHealth Database. In this presentation you’ll learn how to use the database to quickly find research you need – plus you’ll see some examples on how to use this research in your campaigns when challenging industry or government dismissal of health concerns.Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
Be Featured in Our Next Webinar:
If you have something to share with the network, a webinar can be an effective way to connect with a large, spread out group of leaders.
Here's how it works:
- Fill out the "Be featured in our next webinar" form below.
- We'll get in touch with you to schedule a time & coordinate the logistics
- Together we'll share the webinar and register participants
- On the day of, we'll record the webinar and send a replay link to everyone who registered
- The presentation will be published and become a resource for the entire network.
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