Webinars

Webinar Archive

Here is an archive of our webinars with network partners.

If you're looking for the network-wide events calendar, you can find it at network.halttheharm.net/c/events. The network events calendar is robust with multiple events each week posted by leaders in the network. Join the network to access.

Scroll to the bottom of this page for information about working with us to host your next online event.

Gas Leaks: Setting the Record Straight on Fracked Gas Disinformation

By Ryan Clover | October 11, 2022

Join the discussion in Halt the Harm Network to connect with experts and explore further information on this topic. For more than a century, the fossil fuel industry has spent billions to convince us dirty, dangerous methane gas is “natural,” safe, and clean. Gas Leaks is a new campaign launched to transform the narrative about fracked gas…

Titans of Plastic – Panel discussion on the story by EHN

By Ryan Clover | September 15, 2022

Join the discussion in Halt the Harm Network to connect with experts and explore further information on this topic. Watch the panel discussion on the recent article by Kristina Marusic with Environmental Health News (EHN) and Sierra Magazine. This panel featured: Douglas Fischer (EHN) Lois E Bower-Bjornson (Frackland Tour) Bob Schmetzer (BCMAC) Terrie Baumgardner (All Eyes on Shell) Rachel Meyer…

Climate Emergency Film Club – Atmosphere

By Ryan Clover | September 15, 2022

Join the discussion in Halt the Harm Network to connect with experts and explore further information on this topic. Watch the panel discussion on the Atmosphere segment of the film Climate Emergency: Feedback Loops The panel featured: Jennifer Francis, PhD (Acting Deputy Director and Senior Scientist, Woodwell Climate Research Center) Deepti Singh, PhD (Assistant Professor, School…

Oil & Gas Pipeline Right-of-Ways: Forest Fragmentation and the Spread of Lyme Disease

By Ryan Clover | August 24, 2022

Join the discussion in Halt the Harm Network to connect with experts and explore further information on this topic. Studies have linked the expansion of Lyme disease cases over the past two decades to forest fragmentation. However, there has been little research done on the role that oil and gas infrastructure in forested areas of…

Breaking Down West Virginia v. EPA – Ohio River Valley Institute

By Ryan Clover | August 2, 2022

Join the discussion in Halt the Harm Network to connect with experts and explore further information on this topic. As you’ve likely heard, the Supreme Court’s recent ruling on West Virginia v. EPA stands to limit the federal EPA’s ability to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power plants and meet national climate goals. But by how much?…

📹 Climate Emergency Film Club Session 2 – Permafrost

By Ryan Clover | July 21, 2022

Join the discussion in Halt the Harm Network to connect with experts and explore further information on this topic. Permafrost, an icy expanse of frozen ground covering one-quarter of the Northern Hemisphere, is thawing. As it does, microscopic animals are waking up and feeding on the previously frozen carbon stored in plant and animal remains,…

PFAS, Pregnancy, and Public Health: Experts Weigh In

By Ryan Clover | June 8, 2022

Join the discussion in Halt the Harm Network to connect with experts and explore further information on this topic. Also visit https://www.environmentalhealthproject.org Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) were originally created for their durability and non-stick properties and therefore are used in many consumer products and firefighting foam. We now know that PFAS are hazardous to…

Climate Emergency Film Club – Introduction

By Ryan Clover | May 19, 2022

Join the discussion in Halt the Harm Network to connect with experts and explore further information on this topic. Everyone has heard about global warming, but few understand how environmental feedback loops amplify the warming even further. With captivating illustrations and interviews with leading climate scientists, this 5-part science documentary and panel discussion series explores…

Oil and Gas Threat Map Sneak Peek – Pennsylvania

By Ryan Clover | May 18, 2022

Join the discussion in Halt the Harm Network to connect with experts and explore further information on this topic.  

Colorado Water – 3 Part Series

By Ryan Clover | May 2, 2022

Join the discussion in Halt the Harm Network to connect with experts and explore further information on this topic. Welcome to a 3 part series of webinars hosted by Halt the Harm Network and 350 Colorado. This event series is a gathering point for people concerned with or working on water issues in the region. Join…

Webinar Production Support

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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.

Check out our article, 5 Reasons Local Campaigns Should Host Webinars and Online Events for a complete breakdown of the benefits and process we use for webinar support.

Here's how it works:

  1. Schedule a 15 minute call to discuss your webinar idea
  2. We will use a shared planning document to gather the title, dates, description, speaker bios, and outreach materials.
  3. You will get a Zoom link and registration page for your event
  4. Together we'll share the webinar and register participants
  5. On the day of, we'll record the webinar and send a replay link to everyone who registered
  6. The presentation will be published and become a resource you can use in your work and share with the entire network

Schedule a call to get started

Hello, I'm Ryan, a member on the Network Operations Team. My job is to help connect you with free services offered within the network.

There are hundreds of leaders, dozens of organizations, and professionals ranging from legal advisors to professional fundraisers and film producers. The purpose of our call is for me to learn about the issue you're facing, your goals, what barriers you've run into, and what kind of support you're looking for.

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