Anna Hunt – Driven by their passion for nature, this couple has done the impossible.
Sayer Ji – The carcinogenicity of fracking pollution may be far higher than previously realized.
Terence Newton – How was our entire world and culture so thoroughly dominated by the oil industry in just over 150 years?
Phillip Schneider – A year before the Paris terrorist attacks, France made moves to reject the TTIP corporate trade deal.
Sharon Kelly – A lawsuit claims that fracking is to blame for burning 4 year-old and parents in explosion of well water.
Video – Featuring an all-star cast from Los Angeles, these 3 short comedic videos are part of the voice of the movement against fracking in California.
Heather Callaghan – Who really knows what’s happening to California’s fracked water supply?
Lana Straub – Take a closer look at what has been left behind after the drilling.
Justin Mikulka – The U.S. is overtaking Russia as the leading producer of oil and gas in the world. The fracking revolution in the U.S. is for real, or as BP’s chief economist put it, “profound.”
Sharon Kelly – The Environmental Protection Agency has released its long awaited draft assessment of the impacts that fracking has on the nation’s drinking water supplies.
Anastasia Pantsios – California is entering its fourth year of drought and it appears to be getting much worse.
Mike Gaworecki – No one knows exactly how much water the California oil industry is using.
Anastasia Pantsios – A new report, released Thursday from the USGS identified eight states in the eastern and central U.S. where fracking operations have led to dramatic increases in earthquakes.
Jefferey Jaxen – As California lawmakers decide if resident ‘water wasters’ should face jail time as a drought strikes the state, water agencies are busy working on higher rates and fees to penalize individual residents.
Video – A video that focuses mostly on the ongoing debate about fraking, how it may address our growing demand for energy versus the dangers it poses to our drinking water.
Infographic – Fracking carries known and unknown risks of harm for public health and the environment upon which public health depends. Here are some of the known dangers.
Aaron Dykes & Melissa Melton – Unearthed articles from the 1960s detail how nuclear waste was buried beneath the Earth’s surface by Halliburton & Co. for decades as a means of disposing the by-products of post-World War II atomic energy production.
Anastasia Pantsios – “The more small earthquakes we have it just simply increases the odds we’re going to have a more damaging event,” he said. “To some degree, we’ve dodged a bullet in Oklahoma.”
Cliff Weathers – Are falling prices killing shale oil and gas, or will the environmental horror return?
Sandra Steingraber – It was science that stopped fracking in New York. In 2008 when our moratorium was first declared, the state of knowledge about the risks and harms of fracking was rudimentary.