Justin Mikulka – In over their heads with debt, U.S. shale oil and gas firms are now moving from a boom in fracking to a boom in bankruptcies.
Jordan Davidson – A new multiyear study found that people living or working within 2,000 feet, or nearly half a mile, of a hydraulic fracturing (fracking) drill site may be at a heightened risk of exposure to benzene and other toxic chemicals.
Julia Conley – The fracking boom in the U.S. and Canada over the past decade may be largely to blame for a rise in methane in the earth’s atmosphere.
Sofia Adamson – Despite these well-established dangers of fracking wastewater, there are very few regulations in place to protect the public.
Lorraine Chow – Everything is for sale to the oil and gas industry.
Mike Ludwig – Plans are being made to further sacrifice the Gulf of Mexico for the oil and gas industry.
Jon Rappoport – This is an enormous scandal.
Paul A. Philips – When you control the water supply you can control the people.
Vic Bishop – Ireland is working towards creating independence from fossil fuels.
Wes Annac – When will humans realize that to plunder nature is to spit in the face of our provider?
Maureen Nandini Mitra – Fracking is proving highly toxic to our health and the health of our environment.
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.