By: Deven Clarke WJAC-TV News HIGHLAND TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Residents of an Elk County township are fighting a proposed, and EPA approved, Marcellus Shale waste injection well. Residents packed the Highland Township supervisor meeting Wednesday night to express their outrage that the well could be coming to their neighborhood. They said it will be put […]
Chasing Ice depicts the story of one man’s mission to change the tide of history by gathering undeniable evidence – as seen in hauntingly beautiful videos – that capture ancient mountains of ice in motion as they disappear at a breathtaking rate because of human-caused climate change. And it may offer a spark of hope […]
Public & Private Screenings $40 Screening Licenses are now available to hold a public screening of Triple Divide. These are one-time, 24-hour licenses that include technical guidance for projectors, audio and displays. If you don’t have a copy of Triple Divide, you can download the film by clicking ‘RENT’ which allows you to stream (rent) […]
By Melissa Troutman and Joshua Pribanic We recently testified at two public hearings regarding the state Department of Environmental Protection’s new oil and gas regulations. There, we echoed those who voiced concerns that the proposed not only failed to protect the people and natural resources of the state, but their implementation would actually damage the sustainability of environments, communities, […]
A Marcellus shale injection well in a small Elk County community has been approved by the EPA.
Rob Wile Business Insider Jeremy Grantham, whose GMO LLC investment firm manages $117 billion in assets, says the Great American Shale Boom is a dangerous waste of time and money. Grantham, who started his career as an economist at Shell, recentlycontemplated attending an anti-Keystone Pipeline demonstration in front of the White House. In his new letter […]
From Texas to California, drilling for oil and gas is using billions of gallons of water in the country’s most drought-prone areas
There’s more bad news for California: Water deliveries from state and federal reservoirs to the Central Valley—where much of the nation’s food is grown—have been cut to zero.